porose

adjective po·rose \ ˈpōrˌōs , ˈpȯˌrōs \

Definition of porose

: porous; specifically : divided into or so convoluted as to form a continuous series of pores
  • a porose hymenium

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Origin and Etymology of porose

Medieval Latin porosus, from Latin porus pore + -osus -ose


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