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escharotic

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adjective es·cha·rot·ic \ˌes-kə-ˈrä-tik\

Definition of escharotic

  1. :  producing an eschar

escharotic noun


Origin of escharotic

French or Late Latin; French escharotique, from Late Latin escharoticus, from Greek escharōtikos, from escharoun to form an eschar, from eschara eschar


First Known Use: 1612


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