[ noh-dohs, noh-dohs ]
/ ˈnoʊ doʊs, noʊˈdoʊs /
full of knots; knotty.
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Also no·dous [noh-duhs]. /ˈnoʊ dəs/.
Origin of nodose
OTHER WORDS FROM nodoseno·dos·i·ty [noh-dos-i-tee], /noʊˈdɒs ɪ ti/, nounmul·ti·no·dous, adjective
Words nearby nodose
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Example sentences from the Web for nodose
Shell elliptical, compressed, nodose, with deep sagittal stricture and irregular roundish pores.
Nodose -us: knotted or with knots; a body with one or more knotted parts a sculpture with almost isolated knots.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
British Dictionary definitions for nodose
/ (ˈnəʊdəʊs, nəʊˈdəʊs) /
having nodes or knotlike swellingsnodose stems
Derived forms of nodosenodosity (nəʊˈdɒsɪtɪ), noun
Word Origin for nodose
C18: from Latin nōdōsus knotty
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Medical definitions for nodose
[ nō′dōs′ ]
Having many nodes or knotlike swellings.
Other words from nodoseno•dos′i•ty (-dŏs′ĭ-tē) n.
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