stypticity

noun styp·tic·i·ty \stipˈtisətē\

Definition of stypticity

plural

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  1. :  styptic quality :  astringency

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Origin and Etymology of stypticity

Middle English stipticite, from Medieval Latin stypticitat-, stypticitas, from Latin stypticus styptic + -itat-, -itas -ity


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