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pseudoapoplectical
adj.; pseudoapoplectically, adv. * * *
pseudoapprehensive
adj.; pseudoapprehensively, adv. * * *
pseudoaquatic
/sooh'doh euh kwat"ik, -kwot"-/, adj. not aquatic but indigenous to moist regions. [PSEUDO- + AQUATIC] * * *
pseudoarchaic
adj. * * *
pseudoaristocratical
adj.; pseudoaristocratically, adv. * * *
pseudoarticulate
adj.; pseudoarticulately, adv. * * *
pseudoartistic
adj. * * *
pseudoascetic
adj. * * *
pseudoascetical
adj.; pseudoascetically, adv. * * *
pseudoassertive
adj.; pseudoassertively, adv. * * *
pseudobankrupt
adj. * * *
pseudobaptismal
adj. * * *
pseudobenevolent
adj.; pseudobenevolently, adv. * * *
pseudobiographical
adj.; pseudobiographically, adv. * * *
pseudobiological
adj.; pseudobiologically, adv. * * *
pseudobrachial
adj. * * *
pseudobrachium
n., pl. pseudobrachia. * * *
pseudobrotherly
adv. * * *
pseudobulb
/sooh"deuh bulb'/, n. Bot. an enlarged, aboveground portion of stem, present in many tropical orchids, in which moisture is stored. [1825-35; PSEUDO- + BULB] * * *
pseudocandid
adj.; pseudocandidly, adv. * * *
pseudocaptive
adj. * * *
pseudocarp
—pseudocarpous, adj. /sooh"deuh kahrp'/, n. See accessory fruit. [1825-35; PSEUDO- + -CARP] * * *
pseudocarpous
See pseudocarp. * * *
pseudocercaria
n., pl. pseudocercariae. * * *
pseudocereal
pseu·do·ce·re·al (so͞oʹdō-sîr'ē-əl) n. Any of several plants, such as quinoa, that do not belong to the grass family but produce fruits and seeds used as flour for ...
pseudocharitable
adj.; pseudocharitably, adv. * * *
pseudochemical
adj. * * *
pseudochylous
adj. * * *
pseudoclassic
—pseudoclassicism /sooh'doh klas"euh siz'euhm/, pseudoclassicality, n. /sooh'doh klas"ik/, adj. 1. falsely or spuriously classic. 2. imitating the classic: the pseudoclassic ...
pseudoclerical
adj.; pseudoclerically, adv. * * *
pseudocoel
/sooh"doh seel'/, n. Zool. the body cavity of certain invertebrate metazoan animals between the body wall and the intestine, which is not lined with a mesodermal ...
pseudocoelomate
/sooh'doh see"leuh mayt', -si loh"mit/, Zool. adj. 1. having a pseudocoel. n. 2. an invertebrate having a pseudocoel. [1935-40; PSEUDO- + COELOM + -ATE1] * * *
pseudocompetitive
adj.; pseudocompetitively, adv. * * *
pseudoconcha
n., pl. pseudoconchae. * * *
pseudoconservative
adj.; pseudoconservatively, adv. * * *
pseudocopulation
▪ biology       the action of a male insect, such as a bee, wasp, or fly, that tries to mate with a flower whose parts resemble those of a female insect of the same ...
pseudocorneous
adj. * * *
pseudocosta
n., pl. pseudocostae. * * *
pseudocourteous
adj.; pseudocourteously, adv. * * *
pseudocritical
adj.; pseudocritically, adv. * * *
pseudocultural
adj.; pseudoculturally, adv. * * *
pseudocyclosis
n., pl. pseudocycloses. * * *
pseudocyesis
/sooh'doh suy ee"sis/, n., pl. pseudocyeses /-seez/. Pathol., Vet Pathol. See false pregnancy. [1810-20; PSEUDO- + CYESIS] * * *
pseudocyphella
n., pl. pseudocyphellae. * * *
pseudodiastolic
adj. * * *
pseudodipteral
/sooh'doh dip"teuhr euhl/, adj. Archit. having an arrangement of columns suggesting a dipteral structure but without the inner colonnade. [1690-1700; < Gk pseudodípter(os) (see ...
pseudodivine
adj. * * *
pseudodramatic
adj. * * *
pseudoeconomical
adj.; pseudoeconomically, adv. * * *
pseudoedema
n., pl. pseudoedemata. * * *
pseudoeditorial
adj.; pseudoeditorially, adv. * * *
pseudoeducational
adj.; pseudoeducationally, adv. * * *
pseudoelectoral
adj. * * *
pseudoembryonic
adj. * * *
pseudoemotional
adj.; pseudoemotionally, adv. * * *
pseudoephedrine
/sooh'doh i fed"rin, -ef"i dreen', -drin/, n. Pharm. a dextrorotatory, isomeric compound, C10H15NO, used as a nasal decongestant. [PSEUDO- + EPHEDRINE] * * *
pseudoepiscopal
adj. * * *
pseudoerotic
adj. * * *
pseudoethical
adj.; pseudoethically, adv. * * *
pseudoetymological
adj.; pseudoetymologically, adv. * * *
pseudoevangelic
adj. * * *
pseudoevangelical
adj.; pseudoevangelically, adv. * * *
pseudoexperimental
adj.; pseudoexperimentally, adv. * * *
pseudofaithful
adj.; pseudofaithfully, adv. * * *
pseudofamous
adj.; pseudofamously, adv. * * *
pseudofatherly
adv. * * *
pseudofeminine
adj. * * *
pseudofeverish
adj.; pseudofeverishly, adv. * * *
pseudofinal
adj.; pseudofinally, adv. * * *
pseudoforce
pseudo force n. The physically apparent but nonexistent force needed by an observer in a noninertial frame to make Newton's laws of motion hold true. The centrifugal force is a ...
pseudogaseous
adj. * * *
pseudogene
pseudogene [so͞o′dō jēn΄] n. a genelike section of DNA that has no apparent function * * * pseu·do·gene (so͞oʹdə-jēn') n. A defective segment of DNA that resembles ...
pseudogeneral
adj. * * *
pseudogeneric
adj. * * *
pseudogenerical
adj.; pseudogenerically, adv. * * *
pseudogenteel
adj. * * *
pseudogenus
n., pl. pseudogenera, pseudogenuses. * * *
pseudogyrate
adj. * * *
pseudohemal
adj. * * *
pseudohemophilia
/sooh'doh hee'meuh fil"ee euh, -feel"yeuh, -hem'euh-/, n. Pathol. a clotting disorder caused by abnormal factor VIII activity, and characterized by a prolonged bleeding time but ...
pseudohermaphrodite
—pseudohermaphroditic /sooh'doh heuhr maf'reuh dit"ik/, adj. —pseudohermaphroditism /sooh'doh herr maf"reuh duy tiz'euhm/, pseudohermaphrodism /sooh'doh herr maf"reuh ...
pseudohermaphroditic
See pseudohermaphrodite. * * *
pseudohermaphroditism
See pseudohermaphroditic. * * * ▪ pathology       in human beings, a condition in which the individual has a single chromosomal and gonadal sex but combines features of ...
pseudoheroic
adj. * * *
pseudoheroical
adj.; pseudoheroically, adv. * * *
pseudohexagonal
adj.; pseudohexagonally, adv. * * *
pseudohistoric
adj. * * *
pseudohistorical
adj.; pseudohistorically, adv. * * *
pseudohuman
adj. * * *
pseudoidentical
adj. * * *
pseudoimpartial
adj.; pseudoimpartially, adv. * * *
pseudoindependent
adj.; pseudoindependently, adv. * * *
pseudoinsane
adj. * * *
pseudoinspiring
adj. * * *
pseudointellectual
—pseudointellectually, adv. /sooh'doh in'tl ek"chooh euhl/, n. 1. a person exhibiting intellectual pretensions that have no basis in sound scholarship. 2. a person who pretends ...
pseudoinvalid
adj., n. adj.; pseudoinvalidly, adv. * * *
pseudoisometric
adj. * * *
pseudolabial
adj. * * *
pseudolabium
n., pl. pseudolabia. * * *
pseudolaryngeal speech
▪ physiology       mechanical or esophageal speech that is taught by therapists to persons who have had the larynx, or voice box, surgically removed (laryngectomy). The ...
pseudolateral
adj. * * *
pseudolegal
adj. * * *
pseudolegality
n., pl. pseudolegalities. * * *
pseudolegendary
adj. * * *
pseudoliberal
adj., n.; pseudoliberally, adv. * * *
pseudoliterary
adj. * * *
pseudolobar
adj. * * *
pseudology
—pseudological /soohd'l oj"i keuhl/, adj. —pseudologist, n. /sooh dol"euh jee/, n. Facetious. lying considered as an art. [1570-80; < Gk pseudología falsehood; see PSEUDO-, ...
pseudolunula
n., pl. pseudolunulae. * * *
pseudolunule
n. * * *
pseudomasculine
adj. * * *
pseudomediaeval
adj. * * *
pseudomedical
adj.; pseudomedically, adv. * * *
pseudomedieval
adj.; pseudomedievally, adv. * * *
pseudomilitary
adj. * * *
pseudoministry
n., pl. pseudoministries. * * *
pseudomiraculous
adj.; pseudomiraculously, adv. * * *
pseudomodern
adj. * * *
pseudomodest
adj.; pseudomodestly, adv. * * *
pseudomonad
pseu·do·mo·nad (so͞o'də-mōʹnăd') n. 1. Any of various gram-negative, rod-shaped, mostly aerobic flagellated bacteria of the phylum Pseudomonad, commonly found in soil, ...
pseudomonas
/sooh dom"euh neuhs, -nas'/, n., pl. pseudomonades /sooh'deuh mon"euh deez'/. Bacteriol. any of several rod-shaped bacteria of the genus Pseudomonas, certain species of which are ...
pseudomonastic
adj. * * *
pseudomonastical
adj.; pseudomonastically, adv. * * *
pseudomoral
adj. * * *
pseudomorph
—pseudomorphic, pseudomorphous, adj. —pseudomorphism, n. /sooh"deuh mawrf'/, n. 1. an irregular or unclassifiable form. 2. a mineral having the outward appearance of another ...
pseudomorphic
See pseudomorph. * * *
pseudomorphism
See pseudomorphic. * * *
pseudomorphous
See pseudomorphic. * * *
pseudomorular
adj. * * *
pseudomythical
adj.; pseudomythically, adv. * * *
pseudonarcotic
adj., n. * * *
pseudonational
adj.; pseudonationally, adv. * * *
pseudonephritis
/sooh'doh neuh fruy"tis/, n. Pathol. a condition, thought to be benign, in which microscopic amounts of blood and protein are present in the urine, occurring commonly among ...
pseudonoble
adj. * * *
pseudonym
/soohd"n im/, n. a fictitious name used by an author to conceal his or her identity; pen name. Cf. allonym (def. 1). [1840-50; < Gk pseudónymon false name; see PSEUD-, ...
pseudonymity
/soohd'n im"i tee/, n. 1. pseudonymous character. 2. use of a pseudonym. [1875-80; PSEUDONYM + -ITY] * * *
pseudonymous
—pseudonymously, adv. —pseudonymousness, n. /sooh don"euh meuhs/, adj. 1. bearing a false or fictitious name. 2. writing or written under a fictitious name. [1700-10; < Gk ...
pseudonymously
See pseudonymity. * * *
pseudoofficial
adj., n.; pseudoofficially, adv. * * *
pseudoorganic
adj. * * *
pseudooriental
adj.; pseudoorientally, adv. * * *
pseudooval
adj.; pseudoovally, adv. * * *
pseudopagan
adj. * * *
pseudopapal
adj. * * *
pseudoparalysis
—pseudoparalytic /sooh'deuh par'euh lit"ik/, adj. /sooh"doh peuh ral"euh sis/, n. Pathol. the inability to move a part of the body owing to factors, as pain, other than those ...
pseudoparasitic
adj. * * *
pseudoparenchyma
—pseudoparenchymal, pseudoparenchymatous /sooh'doh par'euhng kim"euh teuhs/, adj. /sooh'doh peuh reng"keuh meuh/, n. Biol. (in certain fungi and red algae) a compact mass of ...
pseudopatriotic
adj. * * *
pseudopediform
adj. * * *
pseudoperipteral
/sooh'doh peuh rip"teuhr euhl/, adj. Archit. having a freestanding colonnade at each end, with engaged columns at the sides. [1840-50; PSEUDO- + PERIPTERAL] * * *
pseudopermanent
adj. * * *
pseudophallic
adj. * * *
pseudophilanthropical
adj.; pseudophilanthropically, adv. * * *
pseudophone
/sooh"deuh fohn'/, n. an instrument for producing illusory auditory localization by changing the relationship between the receptor and the actual direction of the ...
pseudopious
adj.; pseudopiously, adv. * * *
pseudopod
—pseudopodal /sooh dop"euh dl/, pseudopodial /sooh'deuh poh"dee euhl/, pseudopodic, adj. /sooh"deuh pod'/, n. Biol. a temporary protrusion of the protoplasm, as of certain ...
pseudopodal
See pseudopod. * * *
pseudopodial
See pseudopodal. * * *
pseudopodium
/sooh'deuh poh"dee euhm/, n., pl. pseudopodia /-dee euh/. Biol. pseudopod. [1850-55] * * * ▪ cytoplasm also called  pseudopod        temporary or semipermanent ...
pseudopoetic
adj. * * *
pseudopoetical
adj. * * *
pseudopolitic
adj. * * *
pseudopolitical
adj. * * *
pseudopopular
adj. * * *
pseudopregnancy
—pseudopregnant, adj. /sooh'doh preg"neuhn see/, n., pl. pseudopregnancies. Pathol., Vet. Pathol. See false pregnancy. [1855-60; PSEUDO- + PREGNANCY] * * *
pseudopregnant
See pseudopregnancy. * * *
pseudopriestly
adj. * * *
pseudoprimitive
adj. * * *
pseudoprincely
adv. * * *
pseudoprophetic
adj. * * *
pseudoprosperous
adj.; pseudoprosperously, adv. * * *
pseudoprostyle
/sooh'doh proh"stuyl/, adj. Archit. having a colonnade at each end, either very close to the front wall or engaged in it. [1880-85; PSEUDO- + PROSTYLE] * * *
pseudopyriform
adj. * * *
pseudorabies
/sooh'doh ray"beez/, n. Vet. Pathol. a highly contagious, usually fatal disease of cattle, sheep, and other animals, caused by the herpesvirus Herpes suis, and characterized by ...
pseudorandom
pseu·do·ran·dom (so͞o'dō-rănʹdəm) adj. Of, relating to, or being random numbers generated by a definite, nonrandom computational process. * * *
pseudorealistic
adj. * * *
pseudoreformed
adj. * * *
pseudoregal
adj.; pseudoregally, adv. * * *
pseudoreligious
adj.; pseudoreligiously, adv. * * *
pseudoresident
adj. * * *
pseudorheumatic
adj. * * *
pseudoromantic
adj. * * *
pseudoroyal
adj.; pseudoroyally, adv. * * *
pseudosacred
adj. * * *
pseudosacrilegious
adj.; pseudosacrilegiously, adv. * * *
pseudosalt
pseudosalt [so͞o′dō sôlt΄] n. 〚 PSEUDO- + SALT〛 a compound whose formula is that of a salt, but that does not ionize in solution * * *
pseudosatirical
adj.; pseudosatirically, adv. * * *
pseudoscalar
/sooh'deuh skay"leuhr/, adj. Physics, Math. a scalar quantity that changes sign when the sense of the orientation of the coordinate system is changed. [1940-45; PSEUDO- + ...
pseudoscholarly
adj. * * *
Pseudoschwagerina
▪ fossil protozoan genus       extinct genus of fusulinid foraminiferans (single-celled animals with hard shells preservable as fossils) found as fossils in Early ...
pseudoscience
—pseudoscientific /sooh'doh suy'euhn tif"ik/, adj. —pseudoscientifically, adv. —pseudoscientist, n. /sooh'doh suy"euhns/, n. any of various methods, theories, or systems, ...
pseudoscientific
See pseudoscience. * * *
pseudoscientist
See pseudoscientific. * * *
pseudoscope
/sooh"deuh skohp'/, n. an optical instrument for producing an image in which the depth or relief of an object is reversed. Cf. stereoscope. [1850-55; PSEUDO- + -SCOPE] * * *
pseudoscopy
/sooh dos"keuh pee/, n. the use of a pseudoscope. [1950-55; PSEUDOSCOPE + -Y3] * * *
pseudoscorpion
/sooh'doh skawr"pee euhn/, n. any of several small arachnids of the order Chelonethida that resemble a tailless scorpion and that feed chiefly on small insects. Also called book ...
pseudosemantic
adj. * * *
pseudosentence
/sooh"doh sen'tns/, n. Logical Positivism. a sentence rejected as meaningless because it does not express anything verifiable in experience. [PSEUDO- + SENTENCE] * * *


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