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Meanings of Embryomas:

noun

Any neoplasm derived (or thought to be derived) from embryonic cells or tissues.

Meanings of Embryonal:

adjective

Relating to an embryo.

Usage examples:

The embryonal yolk sac

Meanings of Embryonally:

adverb

Embryonically.

Meanings of Embryonary:

adjective

Embryonic.

Embryonate

ˈɛmbrɪəneɪt

Meanings of Embryonate:

verb

(of an egg) develop into an embryo.

Usage examples:

The eggs were allowed two weeks to embryonate

Embryonated

ˈɛmbrɪəneɪt

Meanings of Embryonated:

adjective

(of an egg) having developed into an embryo.

Usage examples:

Embryonated chicken eggs would support the growth of a variety of viruses
verb

(of an egg) develop into an embryo.

Usage examples:

The eggs were allowed two weeks to embryonate

Embryonic

ˌem.briˈɒn.ɪk

Meanings of Embryonic:

adjective

Relating to an embryo.

Usage examples:

Slight differences in embryonic development

Meanings of Embryoniferous:

adjective

Producing or bearing an embryo; (in later use) especially designating the part of a seed or ovule in which the embryo is formed.

Meanings of Embryony:

noun

The formation or development of an embryo; the manner of this, especially as regards the number of embryos formed or the type of cell or tissue giving rise to them.

Embryos

ˈem.bri.əʊ

Meanings of Embryos:

noun

An unborn or unhatched offspring in the process of development, in particular a human offspring during the period from approximately the second to the eighth week after fertilization (after which it is usually termed a fetus).

Usage examples:

No one has yet converted a single blastomere from an eight-cell embryo into a stem cell line.

Meanings of Embryoscope:

noun

Any of various types of apparatus or instrument used for visual examination of an embryo.

Meanings of Embryoscopic:

adjective

Of or relating to embryoscopy.

Meanings of Embryotomies:

noun

Perforation of the head of a fetus or dismembering of a fetus in order to facilitate its removal from the mother, especially in cases of obstructed labour or fetal death; an instance of this.

Meanings of Embryotomy:

noun

Perforation of the head of a fetus or dismembering of a fetus in order to facilitate its removal from the mother, especially in cases of obstructed labour or fetal death; an instance of this.

Embus

ɪmˈbʌs

Meanings of Embus:

verb

Board or put on to a bus.

Usage examples:

Troops had on arrival embussed for an unknown destination

Embussed

ɪmˈbʌs

Meanings of Embussed:

verb

Board or put on to a bus.

Usage examples:

Troops had on arrival embussed for an unknown destination

Meanings of Embussing:

verb

Board or put on to a bus.

Usage examples:

Troops had on arrival embussed for an unknown destination

Emcee

ˌemˈsiː

Meanings of Emcee:

noun

A master of ceremonies.

Usage examples:

A tuxedoed emcee strode to the middle of the stage
verb

Act as a master of ceremonies at (an entertainment or large social occasion).

Usage examples:

He was scheduled to emcee sunday's award show

Meanings of Emceed:

verb

Act as a master of ceremonies at (an entertainment or large social occasion).

Usage examples:

He was scheduled to emcee sunday's award show
noun

A master of ceremonies.

Usage examples:

A tuxedoed emcee strode to the middle of the stage

Emceeing

ˌemˈsiː

Meanings of Emceeing:

noun

The action of performing as an mc.

Usage examples:

A three-hour-long mix of dj'ing and emceeing
verb

Act as a master of ceremonies at (an entertainment or large social occasion).

Usage examples:

He was scheduled to emcee sunday's award show

Meanings of Emcees:

noun

A master of ceremonies.

Usage examples:

A tuxedoed emcee strode to the middle of the stage
verb

Act as a master of ceremonies at (an entertainment or large social occasion).

Usage examples:

He was scheduled to emcee sunday's award show

Eme

iːm

Meanings of Eme:

suffix

Forming nouns denoting linguistic units that are in systemic contrast with one other.

Usage examples:

Grapheme

Emend

iˈmend

Meanings of Emend:

verb

Make corrections and revisions to (a text).

Usage examples:

These studies show him collating manuscripts and emending texts

Meanings of Emendation:

noun

The process of making a revision or correction to a text.

Usage examples:

The minutes of last year's meeting in victoria, bc, were accepted without emendation.

Emendations

ˌiː.menˈdeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Emendations:

noun

The process of making a revision or correction to a text.

Usage examples:

The minutes of last year's meeting in victoria, bc, were accepted without emendation.

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