dyscrasite

noun dys·cra·site \ ˈdiskrəˌsīt \

Definition of dyscrasite

plural -s
:a native compound Ag3Sb of antimony and silver usually massive and silver-white

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Origin and Etymology of dyscrasite

alteration of French discrase (from dis- dys- + crase, from Greek krasis mixing, combination) + English -ite


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