fomes definition

  • noun:
    • Any material said to be effective at absorbing, retaining, and transporting contagious or infectious germs.
    • Any material supposed to be capable of taking in, keeping, and transporting contagious or infectious germs.
    • Any material allowed to be with the capacity of absorbing, keeping, and carrying contagious or infectious germs.
    • In medication, any porous compound with the capacity of taking in and maintaining contagion.
    • Any compound said to be with the capacity of absorbing, retaining, and carrying infectious or infectious germs.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] In mycology, a subgenus of Polyporus, or, in accordance with some writers, a genus of Polyporei, consists of perennial indurated types.
    • Any material said to be effective at taking in, retaining, and transporting infectious or infectious germs.
    • Any material allowed to be capable of absorbing, retaining, and transporting infectious or infectious germs.
    • In medication, any porous substance capable of taking in and keeping contagion.
    • genus of bracket fungi forming corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores frequently of large-size; includes some that can cause destructive heartrot in woods
    • In medicine, any porous material with the capacity of absorbing and maintaining contagion.
    • Any compound supposed to be with the capacity of taking in, maintaining, and carrying infectious or infectious germs.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] In mycology, a subgenus of Polyporus, or, in accordance with some authors, a genus of Polyporei, made up of perennial indurated types.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] In mycology, a subgenus of Polyporus, or, according to some authors, a genus of Polyporei, composed of perennial indurated species.
    • genus of bracket fungi developing corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores frequently of large-size; includes some that can cause destructive heartrot in trees
    • Any material supposed to be effective at taking in, retaining, and carrying infectious or infectious germs.
    • Any compound allowed to be with the capacity of absorbing, retaining, and carrying contagious or infectious germs.
    • genus of bracket fungi developing corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores often of large size; includes some that cause destructive heartrot in trees
    • Any substance supposed to be capable of absorbing, retaining, and moving contagious or infectious germs.
    • In medicine, any porous compound capable of taking in and maintaining contagion.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] In mycology, a subgenus of Polyporus, or, based on some authors, a genus of Polyporei, consists of perennial indurated types.
    • In medication, any permeable compound capable of absorbing and keeping contagion.
    • genus of bracket fungi creating corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores frequently of large-size; includes some that can cause destructive heartrot in woods
    • [capitalized] [NL.] In mycology, a subgenus of Polyporus, or, relating to some authors, a genus of Polyporei, consists of perennial indurated species.
    • genus of bracket fungi forming corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores frequently of large size; includes some that can cause destructive heartrot in woods
    • Any substance allowed to be capable of absorbing, maintaining, and transporting infectious or infectious germs.
    • Any compound said to be effective at absorbing, maintaining, and moving contagious or infectious germs.
    • In medication, any porous compound effective at absorbing and keeping contagion.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] In mycology, a subgenus of Polyporus, or, in accordance with some writers, a genus of Polyporei, made up of perennial indurated types.
    • genus of bracket fungi developing corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores usually of large-size; includes some that can cause destructive heartrot in woods
    • Any material allowed to be with the capacity of absorbing, keeping, and carrying contagious or infectious germs.
    • Any material allowed to be capable of absorbing, maintaining, and moving infectious or infectious germs.
    • Any substance allowed to be effective at taking in, keeping, and transporting infectious or infectious germs.
    • Any compound allowed to be effective at absorbing, keeping, and transporting contagious or infectious germs.
    • In medication, any permeable material capable of absorbing and retaining contagion.
    • Any compound supposed to be effective at taking in, keeping, and moving contagious or infectious germs.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] In mycology, a subgenus of Polyporus, or, according to some authors, a genus of Polyporei, composed of perennial indurated species.
    • Any substance said to be effective at taking in, keeping, and moving infectious or infectious germs.
    • Any material allowed to be effective at taking in, maintaining, and transporting contagious or infectious germs.
    • In medicine, any permeable material capable of taking in and keeping contagion.
    • Any compound supposed to be effective at absorbing, maintaining, and transporting contagious or infectious germs.
    • In medicine, any permeable substance capable of absorbing and retaining contagion.
    • genus of bracket fungi creating corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores frequently of large-size; includes some that can cause destructive heartrot in woods
    • [capitalized] [NL.] In mycology, a subgenus of Polyporus, or, relating to some authors, a genus of Polyporei, composed of perennial indurated types.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] In mycology, a subgenus of Polyporus, or, according to some authors, a genus of Polyporei, made up of perennial indurated species.
    • In medication, any permeable material effective at taking in and keeping contagion.
    • genus of bracket fungi creating corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores often of large-size; includes some that can cause destructive heartrot in woods
    • genus of bracket fungi creating corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores often of large-size; includes some that cause destructive heartrot in woods
    • [capitalized] [NL.] In mycology, a subgenus of Polyporus, or, according to some authors, a genus of Polyporei, consists of perennial indurated types.
    • genus of bracket fungi forming corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores usually of large size; includes some that cause destructive heartrot in woods

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