-some definition

  • suffix:
    • described as a specified high quality, condition, or action: bothersome.
    • a small grouping of a specified amount of people: threesome.
    • Body: centrosome.
    • Chromosome: monosome.
    • described as some specific condition or quality
    • accustomed develop a word indicating a group with a certain few users
    • A body
    • A chromosome
  • others:
    • A combining kind or suffix from Gr. sw^ma (gen. sw`matos) your body
    • An adjective suffix having mainly the sense of like or same, and indicating a large level of the fact or high quality denoted in the 1st the main ingredient; such as mettlesome, saturated in mettle or character; gladsome, filled with gladness; winsome, blithesome, etc.

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