noun plural de·jec·ta \di-ˈjek-tə, dē-\

Definition of DEJECTA

Origin of DEJECTA

New Latin, from Latin, neuter plural of dejectus
First Known Use: circa 1829

Rhymes with DEJECTA


noun plural de·jec·ta \di-ˈjek-tə\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of DEJECTA


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May 29, 2015
bodacious Hear it
unmistakable, remarkable, or voluptuous
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