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- adj. Resembling or relating to ichor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or like ichor; thin; watery; serous; sanious.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like ichor; thin; watery; serous.
- Full of ichor; ichorose.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or resembling or characterized by ichor or sanies
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And you know what that tiny, ichorous lizard that lives in my black heart is uniquely attuned to?
Well, why not, if it's going to give that tiny, ichorous lizard that lives in my black heart a tiny, ichorous lizard orgasm?
And yes, the tiny, ichorous lizard that lives in my black heart wants nothing more than for someone to extract a pound of flesh from Goldman Sachs.
When a watery and ichorous discharge flows from the rectum, wash it out with burnt lees of wine, and water from myrtle, and having dried maiden-hair, pound and sift it, and apply as a cataplasm.
When this happens, a fistula is formed, having an ichorous discharge, and faeces pass by it, with flatus and much and abomination.
The wound then must necessarily become discolored and its lips everted, the discharge will be ichorous and without pus, and the bones, which should not have got into a state of necrosis, exfoliate; and the wound gets into a throbbing and inflamed condition.
Many parts of his hands on the inside were chapped, and on the middle joint of the thumb of the right hand there was a small phagedenic ulcer, about the size of a large pea, discharging an ichorous fluid.
Sometimes it will even produce an ichorous fluid, and yet the system will not be affected.
The cow-pox appeared at a farm in the village of Stonehouse, in this county, about Michaelmas last, and continued gradually to pass from one cow to another till the end of November, On the twenty-sixth of that month some ichorous matter was taken from a cow and dried upon a quill.
Mr. Tierny remarks that the arms of many who were inoculated after having had the cow-pox inflamed very quickly, and that in several a little ichorous fluid was formed.