noun, plural zy·mo·ses [zahy-moh-seez]. /zaɪˈmoʊ siz/.
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Example sentences from the Web for zymosis
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