whitecomb

noun

Definition of whitecomb

  1. :  favus of fowls that is marked by proliferation of grayish white crumbly crusts about the comb, earlobes, and wattles and sometimes progresses to the feathered surfaces where loss of feathers and cuplike encrusted lesions may follow

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1853

First Known Use of whitecomb

1853


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