noun ag·glu·ti·noid \ə-ˈglü-tə-ˌnȯid, a-\

Definition of agglutinoid



  1. :  an agglutinin that has lost or never had the power to agglutinate but can still unite with its agglutinogen — compare antibody, blocking antibody

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Origin and Etymology of agglutinoid

International Scientific Vocabulary agglutinin + -oid

First Known Use: 1902

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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