- polymorphic reticulosis,
- polymorphonuclear leukocyte,
- polymorphous perverse,
- polymyalgia rheumatica,
Origin of polymorphous
Examples from the Web for polymorphous
The nucleus is not polymorphous, and only occasionally divided.
(a) The centrifugal fibres consist as above described of the fibre processes of the pyramidal and polymorphous cells.
The nucleus is not polymorphous, but usually divided into two, though it may be single.
The physical conditions under which polymorphous modifications are prepared control the form which the substance assumes.
Polymorphous, pol-i-mor′fus, adj. having many forms: varying in appearance: taking on many changes—also Polymor′phic.