Words nearby turgescent
Origin of turgescent
OTHER WORDS FROM turgescenttur·ges·cence, tur·ges·cen·cy, noun
Examples from the Web for turgescence
A physical fooling of turgescence and congestion in that region, such as swimmers often feel, probably increased the impression.
It is in youth that this turgescence and clearness are most evident.Beauty|Alexander Walker
I am very glad that you will again discuss the view of the turgescence of the cells being the cause of the movement of parts.More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II|Charles Darwin
In his discussion on growth it is interesting to find the idea of turgescence supplying the motive force for extension.
The turgescence may involve the whole extent of the mucosa of the inferior turbinated bodies, including their posterior ends.