pseu


pseu
pseu·da·le·tia;
pseu·do;
pseu·do·aconine;
pseu·do·aconitine;
pseu·do·adiabatic;
pseu·do·aethalium;
pseu·do·allele;
pseu·do·alum;
pseu·do·aquatic;
pseu·do·benthonic;
pseu·do·benthos;
pseu·do·boleite;
pseu·do·branch;
pseu·do·bran·chus;
pseu·do·brookite;
pseu·do·bulb;
pseu·do·bulbar;
pseu·do·bulbil;
pseu·do·bulbous;
pseu·do·carbamide;
pseu·do·carp;
pseu·do·cen·trous;
pseu·do·centrum;
pseu·do·ceratite;
pseu·do·ceratites;
pseu·do·cercus;
pseu·do·ceryl;
pseu·do·chromesthesia;
pseu·do·cilium;
pseu·do·classicism;
pseu·do·coccidae;
pseu·do·coccus;
pseu·do·coel;
pseu·do·coelomata;
pseu·do·coelomate;
pseu·do·conch;
pseu·do·conhydrine;
pseu·do·copulation;
pseu·do·cortex;
pseu·do·cotunnite;
pseu·do·crystal;
pseu·do·cumene;
pseu·do·cumidine;
pseu·do·cumyl;
pseu·do·cyesis;
pseu·do·cyst;
pseu·do·deltidium;
pseu·do·derm;
pseu·do·diphtheria;
pseu·do·dipteral;
pseu·do·dipteros;
pseu·do·dominance;
pseu·do·doxy;
pseu·do·ephedrine;
pseu·do·farcy;
pseu·do·fertilization;
pseu·do·galena;
pseu·do·gam·ic;
pseu·dog·a·my;
pseu·do·gastrula;
pseu·do·generic;
pseu·do·glanders;
pseu·do·globulin;
pseu·do·glottis;
pseu·do·graph;
pseu·dog·ra·phy;
pseu·do·grasserie;
pseu·do·gry·phus;
pseu·do·gyne;
pseu·dog·y·ny;
pseu·do·halide;
pseu·do·hallucination;
pseu·do·hallucinatory;
pseu·do·halogen;
pseu·do·hemophilia;
pseu·do·hermaphrodism;
pseu·do·hermaphrodite;
pseu·do·hermaphroditic;
pseu·do·hermaphroditism;
pseu·do·hexagonal;
pseu·do·hieroglyphic;
pseu·do·hyoscyamine;
pseu·do·hypertrophic;
pseu·do·insoluble;
pseu·do·is;
pseu·do·isatin;
pseu·do·isochromatic;
pseu·do·jervine;
pseu·do·keratin;
pseu·do·labial;
pseu·do·labium;
pseu·do·lamellibranchia;
pseu·do·lamellibranchiata;
pseu·do·larix;
pseu·do·leucite;
pseu·do·leukemia;
pseu·do·log·i·cal;
pseu·dol·o·gist;
pseu·do·logue;
pseu·dol·o·gy;
pseu·do·looper;
pseu·do·lyn·chia;
pseu·do·malachite;
pseu·do·man·cy;
pseu·do·mat;
pseu·do·membrane;
pseu·do·metameric;
pseu·do·metamerism;
pseu·do·mix·is;
pseu·dom·o·nad;
pseu·dom·o·na·da·ce·ae;
pseu·dom·o·na·da·les;
pseu·dom·o·nas;
pseu·do·monocotyledonous;
pseu·do·monotropy;
pseu·do·morphine;
pseu·do·mor·phism;
pseu·do·mor·phose;
pseu·do·mor·pho·sis;
pseu·do·mor·phous;
pseu·do·mycelial;
pseu·do·mycelium;
pseu·do·myr·mex;
pseu·do·neuroma;
pseu·do·neuropter;
pseu·do·neuroptera;
pseu·do·ni·trole;
pseu·do·nitrosite;
pseu·do·nucleolus;
pseu·do·nym;
pseu·do·nym·i·ty;
pseu·don·y·mous;
pseu·do·paralysis;
pseu·do·parasite;
pseu·do·parenchyma;
pseu·do·pelletierine;
pseu·do·perianth;
pseu·do·peridium;
pseu·do·peripteral;
pseu·do·peziza;
pseu·do·phyl·lid·ea;
pseu·do·pionnotes;
pseu·do·placenta;
pseu·do·plague;
pseu·do·plankton;
pseu·do·plasm;
pseu·do·plasmodium;
pseu·do·plastic;
pseu·do·pod;
pseu·dop·o·dal;
pseu·do·pod·ic;
pseu·do·po·di·um;
pseu·do·pore;
pseu·do·porphyritic;
pseu·do·pregnancy;
pseu·do·proposition;
pseu·do·prostyle;
pseu·do·pupa;
pseu·do·purpurin;
pseu·do·rabies;
pseu·do·racemic;
pseu·do·ramose;
pseu·do·raphe;
pseu·do·reduction;
pseu·do·reminiscence;
pseu·do·saccharomycetaceae;
pseu·do·salt;
pseu·do·scarus;
pseu·do·science;
pseu·do·scientific;
pseu·do·scientist;
pseu·do·scolex;
pseu·do·scope;
pseu·dos·co·py;
pseu·do·scorpion;
pseu·do·scorpiones;
pseu·do·scorpionida;
pseu·do·segmentation;
pseu·do·segmented;
pseu·do·septate;
pseu·do·septum;
pseu·do·skeleton;
pseu·do·social;
pseu·do·solution;
pseu·do·sophisticated;
pseu·do·sperm;
pseu·do·sper·mi·um;
pseu·do·sphaeriaceae;
pseu·do·sphaeriales;
pseu·do·sphere;
pseu·do·statement;
pseu·do·stereoscopic;
pseu·dos·to·ma;
pseu·do·succinea;
pseu·do·su·chia;
pseu·do·syllogism;
pseu·do·symmetric;
pseu·do·symmetry;
pseu·do·tachylyte;
pseu·do·tetramera;
pseu·do·trachea;
pseu·do·trim·era;
pseu·do·tropine;
pseu·do·trunk;
pseu·do·tsu·ga;
pseu·do·tubercle;
pseu·do·tuberculosis;
pseu·do·turbinal;
pseu·do·type;
pseu·do·urea;
pseu·do·uric;
pseu·do·vitellus;
pseu·do·volcano;
pseu·do·wavellite;
pseu·do·yohimbine;
pseu·do·zoea;
pseu·do·cholinesterase;
pseu·do·random;
pseu·do·uridine;
pseu·do·classic;
pseu·do·cone;
pseu·do·dox;
pseu·do·morph;
pseu·do·allelic;
pseu·do·allelism;
pseu·do·bran·chia;
pseu·do·bran·chi·al;
pseu·do·bran·chi·ate;
pseu·do·bran·chi·um;
pseu·do·car·pous;
pseu·do·cele;
pseu·do·ceratitic;
pseu·do·classical;
pseu·do·coele;
pseu·do·coe·lic;
pseu·do·coelom;
pseu·do·crystalline;
pseu·do·der·mic;
pseu·dog·ra·pher;
pseu·dog·y·nous;
pseu·do·hypertrophy;
pseu·do·lamellibranchiate;
pseu·do·leukemic;
pseu·do·man·tic;
pseu·do·membranous;
pseu·do·metamery;
pseu·do·mor·phic;
pseu·do·neuropteran;
pseu·do·neuropterous;
pseu·do·nyme;
pseu·do·nym·ic;
pseu·don·y·mous·ly;
pseu·don·y·mous·ness;
pseu·do·parasitic;
pseu·do·parenchymatous;
pseu·do·phyl·lid·e·an;
pseu·do·placental;
pseu·do·planktonic;
pseu·do·plasticity;
pseu·do·po·di·al;
pseu·do·pregnant;
pseu·do·pupal;
pseu·do·scop·ic;
pseu·do·scop·i·cal·ly;
pseu·do·scorpionidea;
pseu·do·sper·mous;
pseu·do·stoma·tous;
pseu·dos·to·mous;
pseu·do·su·chi·an;
pseu·do·symmetrical;
pseu·do·tetrameral;
pseu·do·tetramerous;
pseu·do·tracheal;
pseu·do·trim·er·al;
pseu·do·trim·er·ous;
pseu·do·typ·ic;
pseu·do·zoaea;

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  • pseu|do|po|di|um — «SOO duh POH dee uhm», noun, plural di|a « dee uh». 1. a temporary protrusion of the protoplasm of a protozoan, serving as a means of locomotion and a way of surrounding and thereby absorbing food: »As the finger like pseudopodium (the “false… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • pseu|do — «SOO doh», adjective, noun, plural dos. –adj. 1. false; sham; pretended: »a pseudo religion, pseudo anger. SYNONYM(S): spurious, counterfeit. 2. having only the appearance of: »Luxuries…when long gratified, become a sort o …   Useful english dictionary

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  • pseu|don´y|mous|ness — pseu|don|y|mous «soo DON uh muhs», adjective. 1. bearing a false name: »a pseudonymous author. 2. writing or written under an assumed or fictitious name. –pseu|don´y|mous|ly, adverb. –pseu|don´y|mous|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • pseu|don´y|mous|ly — pseu|don|y|mous «soo DON uh muhs», adjective. 1. bearing a false name: »a pseudonymous author. 2. writing or written under an assumed or fictitious name. –pseu|don´y|mous|ly, adverb. –pseu|don´y|mous|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • pseu|don|y|mous — «soo DON uh muhs», adjective. 1. bearing a false name: »a pseudonymous author. 2. writing or written under an assumed or fictitious name. –pseu|don´y|mous|ly, adverb. –pseu|don´y|mous|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • Pseu|de|pig|ra|pha — or Pseu|de|pig|ra|pha «SOO duh PIHG ruh fuh», noun (plural). spurious writings, especially certain writings professing to be Biblical in character, but not considered canonical, inspired, or worthy of a place in religious use. ╂[< New Latin… …   Useful english dictionary


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