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noun gon·or·rhea

Definition of GONORRHEA

:  a contagious inflammation of the genital mucous membrane caused by the gonococcus—called also clap
gon·or·rhe·al or chiefly British gon·or·rhoe·al \-ˈrē-əl\ adjective

Variants of GONORRHEA

gon·or·rhea or chiefly British gon·or·rhoea \ˌgän-ə-ˈrē-ə\
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