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sanguineous

 [sang-gwin´e-us]
1. bloody.
2. plethoric.

san·guin·e·ous

(sang-gwin'ē-ŭs), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciatoin sanguinous.
1. Relating to blood; bloody.
2. Synonym(s): plethoric
3. Synonym(s): sanguine (2)
[L. sanguineus]

sanguineous

/san·guin·e·ous/ (sang-gwin´e-us)
1. plethoric.
2. hemic.

sanguineous

[sang·gwin′ē·əs]
Etymology: L, sanguis, blood
pertaining to blood or containing blood, such as full-blooded. Also sanguinous [sang'gwinəs] .

san·guin·e·ous

(sang-gwin'ē-ŭs)
1. Relating to blood; bloody.
2. Synonym(s): plethoric.
3. Synonym(s): sanguine (2) .
[L. sanguineus ]

sanguineous

Pertaining to blood.

sanguineous

bloody; abounding in blood.
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