"monilial" meaning in All languages combined

See monilial on Wiktionary

Adjective [English]

IPA: /məˈnɪlɪəl/ [UK]
Etymology: From monilia + -al. Etymology templates: {{suffix|en|monilia|al}} monilia + -al Head templates: {{en-adj}} monilial (comparative more monilial, superlative most monilial) Forms: more monilial [comparative], most monilial [superlative]
  1. (medicine) Pertaining to or caused by a monilia. Categories (topical): Medicine
    Sense id: monilial-en-adj-vUJfYLah Topics: medicine, sciences

Download JSON data for monilial meaning in All languages combined (1.2kB)

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          "text": "Prince Q— […] suffers chronically from Candida albicans, with attendant susceptibilities to monilial sinusitis and thrush […]."
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