noun eu·tely

Definition of eutely



  1. :  the condition of having a body made up of a constant number of cells (as in certain rotifers and some lower worms)

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Origin and Etymology of eutely

probably from German eutelie, from Greek euteleia thrift, economy, from eutelēs cheap, frugal, from eu- + telēs (from telos end, toll, expenditure) — more at wheel

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to criticize severely

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