[ prĭv′ə-lĭjd, prĭv′lĭjd ]
An area in the body lacking lymphatic drainage, such as the cornea of the eye, in which rejection of foreign tissue grafts does not occur.
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- privet hawk,
- privileged altar,
- privy chamber,
- privy coat
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