strumose

[ stroo-mohs, stroo-mohs ]
/ ˈstru moʊs, struˈmoʊs /

adjective

having a struma or strumae.

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Origin of strumose

1835–45; <Latin strūmōsus, equivalent to strūm(a) struma + -ōsus-ose1
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