implantation[ im-plan-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF implantation
Synonyms for implantation
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The shape of the teeth and their implantation conform to the description of the type specimen.
Can you say, ‘From God's hand I have received the granting and implantation of a new and better life?’
It is a new birth,—the imparting of a new life,—the implantation of a new nature,—the formation of a new man.
The pricking of the needle may carry in epithelium and implantation dermoids may arise.
(b) Solid Inoculum (or the implantation of capsules containing fluid cultivations).
During the implantation of conjugial love, the love of the sex inverts itself, and becomes the chaste love of the sex, n. 99.
Its line of implantation at the forehead was usually concealed by the hair itself.
He changed death into life,—taking away the sting—the implantation—of it, which is sin.