excrescence[ ik-skres-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF excrescence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCRESCENCE
Sir, that paragraph is an excrescence on the tree of our liberty.
If one of them be perfect by itself, the other will be an excrescence.
It is an excrescence, not an essential garment like the shirt and breeches.
The art is not an accomplishment, an ornament, an excrescence.
In this species the casque or excrescence on the upper mandible is very slight.
There is also a ninth tower, which looks like an excrescence, in the rear.
It is not an addendum or an excrescence: it is an actual part of the fabric of life itself.
The aristocracy, then, was regarded as a sort of cancer, or excrescence of society.
It is true that worship is philosophically an excrescence on his system.
Eryri likewise signifies an excrescence or scrofulous eruption.