noun (used with a singular verb) Veterinary Pathology.
Origin of glanders
Examples from the Web for glanders
This is intimately connected with glanders, and the diseases frequently run into each other.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen
Cold, damp, draughty stables greatly favor the progress of glanders.
It is that in cattle which glanders and farcy are in the horse,—the breaking up of the constitution.Cattle and Their Diseases|Robert Jennings
On potato these bacilli grow like those of glanders, forming a grayish-brown layer on the surface.
The primary infection of glanders and of actinomycosis may also occur on the face.
British Dictionary definitions for glanders
Word Origin for glanders
Word Origin and History for glanders
"horse disease characterized by glandular swelling," early 15c., from Old French glandres "swollen glands," plural of glandre, from Latin glandula (see gland).