absorbent[ ab-sawr-buh nt, -zawr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF absorbent
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABSORBENT
I daresay the projection in Abronia and Mirabilis may be an absorbent organ.
The toe should be covered with absorbent cotton and a bandage.
Its absorbent properties, however, are probably not so great.
By their stimulus, which induces the absorbent vessels to imbibe them.
This class of absorbent medicines are said to decrease irritability.
Paul's genius was absorbent, fructiferous, prolific of golden dreams.
Pat with towel or absorbent paper to take out all moisture possible.
Drain on absorbent paper and dust with powdered sugar, if you wish.
It is absorbent; hence the water had filled the interstices and given elasticity.
Smear this over the corns and keep the toes apart with absorbent cotton.