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Definition of "infusorial" [in•fu•so•ri•al]

  • Of, relating to, or containing infusoria (adjective)

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Use "infusorial" in a sentence
  • "(_see_ below) attendant upon the use of a solid purifying material, is absorbed in that highly porous and inert description of silica known as infusorial earth or "kieselguhr.""
  • "Of course, he expected he would get no infusorial animalcules at all in that infusion; but, to his great dismay and discomfiture, he found he almost always did get them."
  • "He found that even the mercury itself was positively full of organic matters; that from being constantly exposed to the air, it had collected an immense number of these infusorial organisms from the air."
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