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exuberant

 [eg-zu´ber-ant]
copious or excessive in production; showing excessive proliferation.

ex·u·ber·ant

(ek-zū'bĕr-ănt),
Denoting excessive proliferation or growth, as of a tissue or granulation.
[L. exubero, to abound, be abundant]

exuberant

/ex·u·ber·ant/ (eg-zoo´ber-ant) copious or excessive in production; showing excessive proliferation.

ex·u·ber·ant

(eg-zū'bĕr-ănt)
Denoting excessive proliferation or growth, as of granulation tissue.
[L. exubero, to abound, be abundant]

exuberant

excessive proliferation of tissue, e.g. hypergranulation tissue

exuberant

copious or excessive in production; showing excessive proliferation.
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