Of, relating to, or affected by hemophilia. (adjective)
Growing well in blood or in a culture containing blood. Used of certain bacteria. (adjective)
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Use "hemophilic" in a sentence
"There is another type of meningitis that is called hemophilic influenza"
"They think that they are going to achieve, as part of ... [pauses] at a certain point in the production process of the vaccine, they will achieve a certain capability to produce medicines against this illness, the hemophilic meningitis bacteria, medicines to fight it even before they have obtained a vaccine."
"Carlos J. Finlay Institute is working on a vaccine against hemophilic influenzae meningitis."