Lactescent

Lac┬Ětes'cent adjective [ Latin lactescens , present participle of lactescere to turn to milk, incho. from lactere to be milky, from lac , lactis , milk: confer French lactescent .] 1. Having a milky look; becoming milky. [ Obsolete] 2. (B...
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lactescent

1. Having a milky look; becoming milky. ... 2. <botany> Producing milk or a milklike juice or fluid, as the milkweed. See Latex. ... Origin: L. Lactescens, p. Pr. Of lactescere to turn to milk, incho. Fr. Lactere to be milky, fr. Lac, lactis, milk: cf. F. Lactescent. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Lactescent

• (a.) Producing milk or a milklike juice or fluid, as the milkweed. See Latex. • (a.) Having a milky look; becoming milky.
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lactescent

Type: Term Pronunciation: lak-tes′ent Definitions: 1. Resembling milk; milky.
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Lactescent

Containing milk or a milk-like substance.
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lactescent

secreting milk
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