Spongiform

Spongiform: Resembling a sponge in being soft and full of cavities, as in as in transmissible spongiform encephalopathy.
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Spongiform

Spon'gi·form adjective Resembling a sponge; soft and porous; porous.
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spongiform

Synonym for spongy ... 1. Soft, and full of cavities; of an open, loose, pliable texture; as, a spongy excrescence; spongy earth; spongy cake; spongy bones. ... 2. Wet; drenched; soaked and soft, like sponge; rainy. 'Spongy April.' ... 3. Having the quality of imbibing fluids, like a sponge. ... <chemistry> Spongy lead, sponge lead. See Spong
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spongiform

(spun´jĭ-form) resembling a sponge.
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Spongiform

• (a.) Resembling a sponge; soft and porous; porous.
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spongiform

spongiform, spongioid 1. Resembling a sponge in appearance or texture; spongy. 2. Resembling a sponge; soft and porous; porous. 3. Resembling a sponge in being soft and full of cavities; such as, in transmissible spongiform encephalopathy.
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spongiform

Type: Term Pronunciation: spŭn′ji-fōrm Synonyms: spongy
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Spongiform

Resembling a sponge in being soft and full of cavities, as in as in transmissible spongiform encephalopathy.
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