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OTHER WORDS FROM glandersglan·der·ous, adjective
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Glanders is sometimes transmitted from beasts to man, and it is almost always fatal in the human subject.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
In 1894 the Comptroller was given power to appoint appraisers in cases of tuberculosis and glanders.
I should prefer to see all such 'removed' by the methods you men employ when brutes become afflicted with rabies and glanders.A Speckled Bird|Augusta J. Evans Wilson
On potato these bacilli grow like those of glanders, forming a grayish-brown layer on the surface.
The difference between glanders and influenza or ordinary horse distemper, is so marked that a mistake is not easily made.