pigmented[ pig-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF pigmented
Antonyms for pigmented
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PIGMENTED
And nearly in the middle was the bulky, immaculate, pigmented Ribiera.
On the other hand, white species with pigmented eyes are fairly numerous.
Pigmented leukocytes (Plate VI) are most numerous after a paroxysm.
It is most intense in regions where the skin is naturally thin and pigmented.
The dorsal half of the otolith is pigmented: the ventral half is without pigment.
The darkened spots are due to pigmented matter, and this is generally most marked in the pyloric half of the stomach.
Larger dense cicatrices, pigmented also, mark the site of more extensive ulcerations.
In Typhlichthys subterraneus the pigmented layer is affected differently from that of Amblyopsis.
This pigmented condition is evidently a hereditarily transmitted condition.
In the softer skin if pigmented the cicatrices are white and frequently remain so for about a year, when the pigment returns.