Definition of Anourous

1. a. See Anurous.



Definition of Anourous

1. Adjective. (alternative form of anurous) ¹

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Definition of Anourous

1. anurous [adj] - See also: anurous

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anourous

anosognosic epilepsy
anosognosic seizures
anospinal
anospinal centre
anosteoplasia
anostosis
another
another(a)
another country heard from
another county heard from
another day, another dollar
another nail in one's coffin
anotta
anough
anourous (current term)
anovesical
anovulant
anovulants
anovular
anovular ovarian follicle
anovulation
anovulatory
anovulatory drug
anow
anoxaemia
anoxaemia test

Literary usage of Anourous

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1. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (1866)
"A rapid process of absorption and evaporation of fluids, by the pores of the skin, givea to the anourous Amphibia the power of ..."

2. Manual of antenatal pathology and hygiene by John William Ballantyne (1904)
"were so severe as to dwarf the importance of the anourous state. ... The tailless state may occur sporadically: the anourous animal is the offspring of ..."

3. The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley by Thomas Henry Huxley, Michael Foster, Edwin Ray Lankester (1898)
"... of the anourous Batrachia has been well described by ... Owen does not state on what anourous batrachian his ..."

4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1847)
"... so as to circumscribe the canals for the transmission of the olfactory nerves, such ossification proceeds in the anourous batrachia to ..."

5. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley (1859)
"... are the most numerously represented of the fossil anourous batrachians, and their remains occur In the tertiary and diluvian formations ..."

6. On the Archetype and Homologies of the Vertebrate Skeleton by Richard Owen (1848)
"... so as to circumscribe the canals for the transmission of the olfactory nerves, such ossification proceeds in the anourous batrachia to ..."

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