Ingrowth
Ingrowth In"growth`, n. A growth or development inward. --J. LeConte. [1913 Webster]

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  • ingrowth — [in′grōth΄] n. 1. a growing inward 2. something ingrowing or ingrown …   English World dictionary

  • ingrowth — noun Growth inwards. Ingrowth is a common problem with toenails …   Wiktionary

  • ingrowth — in·growth in .grōth n 1) a growing inward (as to fill a void) <ingrowth of cells> 2) something that grows in or into a space <lymphoid ingrowths> * * * in·growth (inґgrōth) an inward growth; something that grows inward or into …   Medical dictionary

  • ingrowth — ingrown ► ADJECTIVE 1) growing or having grown within; innate. 2) (of a toenail) having grown into the flesh. DERIVATIVES ingrowing adjective ingrowth noun …   English terms dictionary

  • ingrowth — noun Date: 1870 1. a growing inward (as to fill a void) 2. something that grows in or into a space …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ingrowth — /in grohth /, n. 1. growth inward. 2. something formed by growth inward. [1865 70; IN 1 + GROWTH] * * * …   Universalium

  • ingrowth — n. growing inward; something which has grown inward …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ingrowth — throwing …   Anagrams dictionary

  • ingrowth — in•growth [[t]ˈɪnˌgroʊθ[/t]] n. 1) growth inward 2) something formed by growth inward • Etymology: 1865–70 …   From formal English to slang

  • ingrowth — /ˈɪngroʊθ/ (say ingrohth) noun 1. growth inwards. 2. something formed by growth inwards …   Australian English dictionary

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