vitreous

shiny like glass
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vitreous

luster like that of the surfaces of broken glass.
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vitreous

[adj] - of or relating to or constituting the vitreous humor of the eye 2. [adj] - relating to or resembling or derived from or containing glass
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Vitreous

The lustre of broken glass, as in quartz and many of the silicates.
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Vitreous

The thick gelatinous material that fills the back of the eye in front of the retina.
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Vitreous

Vitreous: A clear, jelly-like substance that fills the middle of the eye. Also called the vitreous humor, 'humor' in medicine referring to a fluid (or semifluid) substance.
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Vitreous

Vit're·ous adjective [ Latin vitreous , from vitrum glass; perhaps akin to videre to see (see Vision ). Confer Varnish .] 1. Consisting of, or resembling, glass; glassy; as, vitreous rocks. 2. Of or pertaining to glass; derived from glass;
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vitreous

Glasslike or hyaline, often used alone to designate the vitreous body of the eye (corpus vitreum). ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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vitreous

adjective relating to or resembling or derived from or containing glass; `vitreous rocks`; `vitreous silica`
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vitreous

(vit´re-әs) glasslike or hyaline. vitreous body.
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Vitreous

• (a.) Consisting of, or resembling, glass; glassy; as, vitreous rocks. • (a.) Of or pertaining to glass; derived from glass; as, vitreous electricity.
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vitreous

glasslike or hyaline; often used alone to designate the vitreous body of the eye (corpus vitreum (NA)).
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vitreous

vitreous 1. Resembling glass. 2. Relating to, resembling, or having the nature of glass; glassy. 3. Obtained or made from glass. 4. Of or relating to the vitreous humor. 5. Glasslike or hyaline; often used alone to designate the vitreous body of the eye. The vitreous body refers to the transparent gel that fills the inner portion of the eyebal
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VITREOUS

A surface material on some plumbing fixtures derived from or consisting of glass. It is low in porosity and is translucent.
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Vitreous

Vitreous refers to a lustre like that of glass. Quartz is an example.
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vitreous

Type: Term Pronunciation: vit′rē-ŭs Definitions: 1. Glassy; resembling glass. Synonyms: vitreous body
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vitreous

Latin vitreus = glassy.
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Vitreous

transparent
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vitreous

(VlT-ree-us), vitreous humor Transparent, colorless gelatinous mass that fills the rear two-thirds of the eyeball, between the lens and the retina
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vitreous

Description meaning glass like.
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Vitreous

Clear, jellylike substance filling the vitreous chamber, the most posterior cavity in the eye, comprising two-thirds of the volume of the eye. Maintains the shape of the globe.
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