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English Word:

vesicant


English Pronunciation:

ves•i•cant


Noun:


⇨Etymology

(Latin) vesica blister: confer (French) vésicant.


⇨Definition

(Medicine) A vesicatory.



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Wiktionary

Noun:

vesicant (plural vesicants) Any material that causes blisters upon contact with the skin.


Adjective:

Adjective vesicant (comparative more vesicant, superlative most vesicant) Causing blistering to the skin.


Reference:

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Similar Words:

Other words similar to vesicant can be found below:

1.VES
2.Vesak
3.Vesalian
4.vesania
5.vesbium
6.vese
7.vesica
8.vesical
9.vesicant
10.vesicate
11.vesication
12.vesicatory
13.vesicle
14.vesico
15.vesico-
16.vesicomyid
17.vesicoprostatic
18.vesicouterine
19.vesicovaginal
20.vesicovaginal fistula
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