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See definition of etiolation on Dictionary.com
  • as inpallor
  • as infeebleness

synonyms for etiolation

  • colorlessness
  • pallidity
  • sallowness
  • wanness
  • whiteness
  • achromatic
  • bloodlessness
  • cadaverousness
  • pastiness
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How to use etiolation in a sentence

Attention was drawn to the fact that by virtue of the laws which Darwin himself had discovered isolation leads to etiolation.
EVOLUTION IN MODERN THOUGHTERNST HAECKEL
False etiolation depends on a similar abeyance of the chlorophyll, but in this case due to too low a temperature.
DISEASE IN PLANTSH. MARSHALL WARD
Laying of Wheat and other cereals is a particular case of etiolation.
DISEASE IN PLANTSH. MARSHALL WARD
It seems necessary to draw a distinction between this state and ordinary blanching or etiolation.
VEGETABLE TERATOLOGYMAXWELL T. MASTERS
The last, in its wild state, is said to be pernicious, but etiolation changes the products and renders them harmless.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 829, NOVEMBER 21, 1891VARIOUS
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