- of, pertaining to, having, or producing pigment.
Origin of pigmentary
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Examples from the Web for pigmentary
Liebreich, occurrence of pigmentary retinitis in deaf-mutes, ii.
Therefore water colors seem to be better adapted to primary work than any other pigmentary material.
In pigmentary colors the term pure is entirely one of relative degree.
The chromogen or pigmentary bacteria have occasionally been the means of working miracles.
Erythematous, erythemato-papular; exceptionally, herpetic, and pigmentary.Essentials of Diseases of the Skin
Henry Weightman Stelwagon
- Of or relating to a pigment.
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