Examples from the Web for serous
But that leak to the Washington Post was a sign, I suppose, that they're going to put some serous political capital into this.
In the early stage of pleurisy the serous membrane is dry, and as the disease advances the membrane becomes unnaturally moist.
In a few cases of serous meningitis this has proved successful in that it has relieved intracranial pressure.
The hygromata in front of the knee in cattle, so-called tumor of the knee, and serous cysts belong to this variety.
In three of my cases I noticed also the frequent occurrence of a thin, serous, yellow discharge.
The serous and muscular layers of the intestine at this point were greatly thickened.
British Dictionary definitions for serous
Word Origin for serous
Word Origin and History for serous
early 15c., "watery," later "of or pertaining to serum" (16c.), from French séreux (16c.) and directly from Latin serosus, from serum "watery fluid, whey" (see serum). Related: Serosity.