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Definition of "grumous" [gru•mous]

  • Resembling grume; thick and lumpy; soft and semisolid (adjective)

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Use "grumous" in a sentence
  • "The wound was a neat grumous slit in the low heavy forehead, so unremarkable that it could have been used for a forensic ballistics demonstration of the effect of discharge at six feet."
  • "The ventricles were filled with water, and the plexus choroides was considerably enlarged, and stuffed with grumous blood."
  • "Stomach may contain dark grumous fluid, and its mucous coat presents the appearance of crimson velvet."