endysis definition

  • noun:
    • The work of developing a layer of hair, a fresh group of feathers, machines, etc.
    • The work of developing a unique coat of hair, a brand new pair of feathers, machines, etc.; -- in opposition to ecdysis.
    • In ornithology, the purchase of plumage by a bird; the act of putting on plumage: opposed to ecdysis.
    • The work of developing a unique layer of hair, a collection of feathers, scales, etc.
    • The act of developing an innovative new layer of hair, a unique collection of feathers, machines, etc.; -- in opposition to ecdysis.
    • In ornithology, the purchase of plumage by a bird; the act of wearing plumage: opposed to ecdysis.
    • The act of developing a layer of locks, an innovative new collection of feathers, scales, etc.
    • The act of establishing a unique coat of locks, a fresh pair of feathers, scales, etc.; -- against ecdysis.
    • In ornithology, the acquisition of plumage by a bird; the work of putting on plumage: in opposition to ecdysis.

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