tumid

  • 1Tumid — Tu mid, a. [L. tumidus, fr. tumere to swell; cf. Skr. tumra strong, fat. Cf. {Thumb}.] 1. Swelled, enlarged, or distended; as, a tumid leg; tumid flesh. [1913 Webster] 2. Rising above the level; protuberant. [1913 Webster] So high as heaved the… …

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  • 2tumid — TUMÍD adj. v. inflamat, tumefiat, umflat. Trimis de siveco, 13.09.2007. Sursa: Sinonime  tumíd adj. m., pl. tumízi; f. sg. tumídă, pl. tumíde …

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  • 3Tumid — (v. lat.), angeschwollen, an einer Stelle aufgetrieben. Tumidität, das Geschwollensein …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 4tumid — index flatulent, fustian, grandiose, inflated (bombastic), inflated (enlarged), orotund, pretentious …

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  • 5tumid — (adj.) morbidly swollen, 1540s, from L. tumidus, from tumere to swell (see THIGH (Cf. thigh)). Figurative sense (in reference to prose, etc.) is attested from 1640s …

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  • 6tumid — *inflated, flatulent, turgid Analogous words: expanded, distended, swollen, dilated (see EXPAND): pretentious, *showy, ostentatious: bombastic, grandiloquent, magniloquent, *rhetorical …

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  • 7tumid — ► ADJECTIVE 1) (of a part of the body) swollen or bulging. 2) (of language) pompous or bombastic. ORIGIN Latin tumidus, from tumere to swell …

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  • 8tumid — [to͞o′mid, tyo͞o′mid] adj. [L tumidus < tumere, to swell: see TUMOR] 1. swollen; bulging 2. inflated or pompous tumidity n. tumidness tumidly adv …

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  • 9tumid — adjective Etymology: Latin tumidus, from tumēre Date: 1541 1. marked by swelling ; swollen, enlarged < a badly infected tumid leg > 2. protuberant, bulging < sails tumid in the breeze > 3. bombastic, turgid …

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  • 10tumid — Swollen, as by congestion, edema, hyperemia. SYN: turgid. [L. tumidus] * * * tu·mid t(y)ü məd adj marked by swelling: SWOLLEN &LT;an infected tumid leg&GT; tu·mid·i·ty t(y)ü mid ət ē …

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  • 11tumid — [ tju:mɪd] adjective 1》 (of a part of the body) swollen or bulging. 2》 pompous or bombastic: tumid oratory. Derivatives tumidity noun tumidly adverb Origin C16: from L. tumidus, from tumere to swell …

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  • 12tumid — adjective technical a tumid part of the body is swollen tumidity noun (U) …

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  • 13tumid —   a. swollen; bombastic.    ♦ tumidity, n.    ♦ tumefacient, a. producing swelling.    ♦ tumefy,   v.t. swell.    ♦ tumescent, a. somewhat tumid …

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  • 14tumid — swollen, inflated …

    Dictionary of ichthyology

  • 15tumid — adj. [L. tumere, to swell] Swollen; enlarged; abnormally distended …

    Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • 16tumid — tumidity, tumidness, n. tumidly, adv. /tooh mid, tyooh /, adj. 1. swollen, or affected with swelling, as a part of the body. 2. pompous or inflated, as language; turgid; bombastic. 3. seeming to swell; bulging. [1535 45; < L tumidus swollen,&#8230; …

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  • 17tumid — adjective a) swollen, enlarged, bulging b) cancerous, unhealthy …

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  • 18tumid — Synonyms and related words: aureate, bellied, bloated, blown up, bombastic, bug eyed, bulged, dilated, distended, dropsical, edematous, enchymatous, euphuistic, exophthalmic, expanded, fat, flatulent, flowery, formal, fustian, gassy, goggle,&#8230; …

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  • 19túmid — tú|mid Mot Pla Adjectiu variable …

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  • 20Tumid — Opsvulmet …

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