adjective os·matic \(ˈ)äz¦matik\
variants: or



Definition of osmatic

  1. :  depending chiefly on the sense of smell for orientation the dog is a strongly osmatic animal — compare optic

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Origin and Etymology of osmatic

osmatic from osm- + -atic (as in aquatic); osmic from osm- + -ic

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a brief usually trivial fact

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