noun, plural zy·mo·ses [zahy-moh-seez]. /zaɪˈmoʊ siz/.
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But sooner or later an apparent qualitative change may take place, and an acute zymosis declare itself.
That great chemist did not imagine that a true zymosis or fermentation occurs under the action of a virus upon the human economy.
There were no more diseases after zymosis, so I concluded there was nothing else the matter with me.Three Men in a Boat|Jerome K. Jerome
According to Emerson there is a mental zymosis or contagion prevailing in society at such epochs.Platform Monologues|T. G. Tucker
British Dictionary definitions for zymosis
noun plural -ses (-siːz)
- any infectious disease
- the development process or spread of such a disease