from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Having pores.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Provided with pores; specifically, of or pertaining to the Porifera; poriferal: distinguished from
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- adjective full of pores or vessels or holes
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-- The ambulacral areas are narrow, but the poriferous zones are rather wide; and the interambulacral areas are about four times as wide as the ambulacral.
Report of the North-Carolina Geological Survey. Agriculture of the Eastern Counties: Together with Descriptions of the Fossils of the Marl Beds 1858
T crm customer relationship as a domingo poriferous the spoof staidness, but it may go practically as an seedy walkabout lexicon in this parts.
Rational Review 2009
In effect, we have a possible similarity with the Colombia of the '80s: the economic, social, and arms strength of drug trafficking on one side, and the poriferous and corrupt politicians, from police and military structures and some top public servants administering highways, airports, customs, or ports, on the other.
The Narco News Bulletin Carlos Montemayor 2008
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