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  • as inliquid
  • as inwatery
  • as influid

synonyms for serous

  • damp
  • melted
  • running
  • smooth
  • solvent
  • succulent
  • wet
  • aqueous
  • deliquescent
  • dissolvable
  • dissolved
  • dulcet
  • fluent
  • fluidic
  • fusible
  • ichorous
  • juicy
  • liquescent
  • liquiform
  • luscious
  • mellifluent
  • mellifluous
  • mellow
  • meltable
  • moist
  • molten
  • moving
  • pulpy
  • runny
  • sappy
  • soft
  • thawed
  • thin
  • uncongealed
  • viscous
  • watery
  • moist
  • damp
  • colorless
  • adulterated
  • anemic
  • bloodless
  • dilute
  • flavorless
  • fluid
  • humid
  • insipid
  • marshy
  • pale
  • sodden
  • soggy
  • tasteless
  • thin
  • watered-down
  • weak
  • wet
  • runny
  • washed
  • aqueous
  • water-logged
  • waterlike
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antonyms for serous

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  • broken
  • dry
  • intermittent
  • close
  • condensed
  • dense
  • firm
  • frozen
  • hard
  • solid
  • unavailable
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How to use serous in a sentence

I apprehend this disease to be more frequently connected with serous effusion than has been commonly imagined.
AN ACCOUNT OF THE FOXGLOVE AND SOME OF ITS MEDICAL USESWILLIAM WITHERING
He shifted his foot less, and even when he was talking to ladies his serous inquiring glance would wander to Raisky or Tushin.
THE PRECIPICEIVAN GONCHAROV
There was a light-brown exudation, extending over serous lamina of the pericardium and the surface of the heart.
AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE NATURE OF BLACK PHTHISISARCHIBALD MAKELLAR
A second row of silk sutures is now inserted, including the serous coat and adjacent half of the muscular layer.
A SYSTEM OF OPERATIVE SURGERY, VOLUME IV (OF 4)VARIOUS
It usually begins shortly after an injury, and, as a rule, presents itself by redness and serous exudation.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
For here, again, there is no argument which will demonstrate that bile is thinner than the serous superfluities.
ON THE NATURAL FACULTIESGALEN
Lameness increases, serous fluid is effused between the horn and sensitive part, or even hæmorrhage may take place.'
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS
The serous matter exuding from the diseased keratogenous membrane appears, in fact, to be highly infective.
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS
The cells in question are essentially those which line serous cavities and those which form excretory glands such as the kidneys.
THE ORIGIN OF VERTEBRATESWALTER HOLBROOK GASKELL
For the information of the unprofessional reader, I beg to observe, that the membranes of the brain are serous membranes.
REMARKS ON THE SUBJECT OF LACTATIONEDWARD MORTON
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WORDS RELATED TO SEROUS

  • aqueous
  • flowing
  • fluent
  • in solution
  • juicy
  • lymphatic
  • melted
  • molten
  • running
  • runny
  • serous
  • uncongealed
  • watery
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