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See definition of derma on Dictionary.com
  • as inlamina
  • as inskin

synonyms for derma

  • bark
  • carapace
  • case
  • casing
  • coating
  • crust
  • cutis
  • dermis
  • epidermis
  • fell
  • film
  • fur
  • hide
  • hull
  • husk
  • integument
  • jacket
  • membrane
  • outside
  • parchment
  • peel
  • pelt
  • rind
  • sheath
  • sheathing
  • shell
  • shuck
  • slough
  • surface
  • tegument
  • vellum
  • bark
  • coating
  • crust
  • fur
  • husk
  • jacket
  • membrane
  • rind
  • sheath
  • surface
  • carapace
  • case
  • casing
  • cutis
  • dermis
  • epidermis
  • fell
  • film
  • hide
  • hull
  • integument
  • outside
  • parchment
  • peel
  • pelt
  • sheathing
  • shell
  • shuck
  • slough
  • tegument
  • vellum

antonyms for derma

MOST RELEVANT
  • center
  • core
  • inside
  • interior
  • middle
  • core
  • center
  • inside
  • interior
  • middle
  • body
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How to use derma in a sentence

On its bursting, the blood flowed through the derma or thick skin over a round surface of the diameter of about half an inch.
THE OTHER WORLD; OR, GLIMPSES OF THE SUPERNATURAL (VOL. I OF II)VARIOUS
Directly after the rupture of the vesicle and the escape of the fluid, blood begins to ooze from the bare derma.
THE OTHER WORLD; OR, GLIMPSES OF THE SUPERNATURAL (VOL. I OF II)VARIOUS
It enters through small holes in the derma into a subdermal cavity, which separates the membrane from the bulk of the sponge.
FRESHWATER SPONGES, HYDROIDS & POLYZOANELSON ANNANDALE
The connective-tissue elements in the derma are also swollen, and exhibit reversion to the embryonal state.
A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE BY AMERICAN AUTHORS, VOL. IVARIOUS
It is not only admissible, but preferable, not to wound the derma at all.
A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE BY AMERICAN AUTHORS, VOL. IVARIOUS
The true skin, lying beneath the cuticle; also called the derma.
A TREATISE ON PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENEJOSEPH CHRISMAN HUTCHISON
At a later period extravasations of a larger size and more irregular form occur in the deeper layers of the derma.
A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE BY AMERICAN AUTHORS, VOL. IIVARIOUS
In the mucous membranes extravasations of greater or less extent may occur, as in the derma.
A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE BY AMERICAN AUTHORS, VOL. IIVARIOUS
The abraded derma exudes a sero-purulent fluid which excites troublesome pruritus.
A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE BY AMERICAN AUTHORS, VOL. IIVARIOUS
The proximate cause in both of these conditions is congestion of the vascular rete of the derma.
A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE BY AMERICAN AUTHORS, VOL. IIVARIOUS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO DERMA

  • bark
  • carapace
  • case
  • casing
  • coating
  • crust
  • cutis
  • derma
  • dermis
  • epidermis
  • fell
  • film
  • fur
  • hide
  • hull
  • husk
  • integument
  • jacket
  • membrane
  • outside
  • parchment
  • peel
  • pelt
  • rind
  • sheath
  • sheathing
  • shell
  • shuck
  • slough
  • surface
  • tegument
  • vellum
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.