adjective ra·ce·mose \ˈra-sə-ˌmōs; rā-ˈsē-, rə-\

Definition of RACEMOSE

:  having or growing in the form of a raceme

Origin of RACEMOSE

Latin racemosus full of clusters, from racemus
First Known Use: 1698


adjective ra·ce·mose \ˈras-ə-ˌmōs; rā-ˈsē-, rə-\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of RACEMOSE

:  having or growing in a form like that of a cluster of grapes <racemose glands>


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