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serous

adjective se·rous \ˈsir-əs\

Definition of SEROUS

:  of, relating to, or resembling serum; especially :  of thin watery constitution <a serous exudate>
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Origin of SEROUS

Middle English, from Medieval Latin serosus, from Latin serum
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with SEROUS

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serous

adjective se·rous \ˈsir-əs\

Medical Definition of SEROUS

:  of, relating to, producing, or resembling serum; especially :  having a thin watery constitution <a serous exudate>

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