from The Century Dictionary.
- Affected with or having the character of cirrhosis.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Pertaining to, caused by, or affected with, cirrhosis.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Of, pertaining to, or suffering from
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Benedict Cumberbatch's cirrhotic host is never far from it.
Health-care-as-a-right makes us sick because having no personal responsibility lets us treat our bodies badly and then expect the healthcare system to fix our obesity, our emphysema from smoking, and our cirrhotic (scarred) livers from drinking.
Witness the cirrhotic drunk, or the smokers with emphysema.
It's a damnable question that has served to ruin my life and forced me to become a cross-addicted, cirrhotic, obsessed aesthete with skid marks on my dick.
A severely cirrhotic liver is incapable of normal metabolism, maintenance of nutrition, and detoxification of xenobiotics.
Figure 2: The gross appearance of a cirrhotic liver.
And, on the other hand, we know that a very fibrotic live or a very cirrhotic liver is actually very hard to the touch, almost rock-hard.
And as far as I can tell, they'll now take anybody into the service ... even cirrhotic Englishmen in advanced middle-age.
On sending your sons. Ann Althouse 2005
He'd lost them both and had overnight become a diabetic old man nursing a cirrhotic liver, a bad heart, and a prostate the size of a beach ball.
Little Girl Blue Cray, David 2002
It's absence leads also to cirrhosis of the liver and some of these cirrhotic fibrous tissues may turn into cancerous tissues.