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venose

[ vee-nohs ]
/ ˈvi noʊs /
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adjective
having many or prominent veins.
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Origin of venose

1655–65; <Latin vēnōsus, equivalent to vēn(a) vein + -ōsus-ose1
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British Dictionary definitions for venose

venose
/ (ˈviːnəʊs) /

adjective
having veins; venous
(of a plant) covered with veins or similar ridges

Word Origin for venose

C17: via Latin vēnōsus, from vēna a vein
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Medical definitions for venose

venose
[ vēnōs′ ]

adj.
Having noticeable veins or veinlike markings.
Venous.
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