leprose

[ lep-rohs ]
/ ˈlɛp roʊs /

adjective

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Origin of leprose

From the Late Latin word leprōsusleprous
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British Dictionary definitions for leprose

leprose
/ (ˈlɛprəʊs, -rəʊz) /

adjective

biology having or denoting a whitish scurfy surface
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