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glandulous

[ glan-juh-luhs ]
/ ˈglæn dʒə ləs /
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adjective
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Origin of glandulous

1350–1400; Middle English glandelous <Latin glandulōsus full of kernels. See glandular, -ous

OTHER WORDS FROM glandulous

glan·du·lous·ness, nounnon·glan·du·lous, adjective
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Medical definitions for glandulous

glandulous
[ glănjə-ləs ]

adj.
Glandular.
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