embryonal

adjective
em·bry·o·nal | \em-ˈbrī-ə-nᵊl \

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She was diagnosed at the age of 3 with a rare cancer called embryonal rhabdomyoscarcoma. Natalie Dreier, ajc, "These tiny superheroes overcome the odds to become the Justice League," 17 Nov. 2017

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1652, in the meaning defined above

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embryonal

adjective
em·bry·o·nal | \em-ˈbrī-ən-ᵊl \

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