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nevoid

 [ne´void]
resembling a nevus.
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ne·void

(nē'voyd),
Resembling a nevus.
[L. naevus, mole (nevus), + G. eidos, resemblance]
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ne·void

(nē'voyd)
Resembling a nevus.
Synonym(s): nevose (2) , nevous, naevoid.
[L. naevus, mole (nevus), + G. eidos, resemblance]
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