Definition of Tumescing

1. tumesce [v] - See also: tumesce



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tumescing

tumefaction
tumefactions
tumefied
tumefies
tumefy
tumefying
tumentia
tumeric
tumeric yellow
tumesce
tumesced
tumescence
tumescences
tumescent
tumesces
tumescing (current term)
tumid
tumidities
tumidity
tumidly
tumidness
tumidnesses
tummal
tummals
tummelberries
tummelberry
tummies
tummler
tummlers
tummo

Literary usage of Tumescing

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1. The Economy of the Animal Kingdom, Considered Anatomically, Physically, and by Emanuel Swedenborg (1918)
"If there is no opportunity of tumescing or unfolding outwards, and if at the same time there is no opportunity of ..."

2. Mosca: A Factual Fiction by Richard Miller (1997)
"... and that preposterous worm began acting up again, growing, tumescing, raising its ugly purple head above the loincloth as if to see for itself, aching, ..."

3. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Mines (1918)
"The temperatures of incipient, softening, in tumescing. and complete fusion were measured with a Holborn- Kurlbaum optical pyrometer. ..."

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