asynechia

asynechia

 [a″sĭ-nek´e-ah]
absence of continuity of structure.

a·syn·ech·i·a

(a-si-nek'ē-ă),
Discontinuity of structure.
[G. a- priv. + synecheia, continuity]

asynechia

/asyn·ech·ia/ (a″sin-ek´e-ah) absence of continuity of structure.

a·syn·ech·i·a

(ă-si-nek'ē-ă)
Discontinuity of structure.
[G. a- priv. + synecheia, continuity]

asynechia

absence of continuity of structure.
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So prim little Ariadne was sent home, and the exhausted aunties left Rose to her own devices for a day or two.
Seeing this, the poor aunties racked their brains for a new amusement and determined to venture a bold stroke, though not very hopeful of its success.
Some of them came to see me last Wednesday, but I was lying down, and when auntie came to call me I went under the quilt and pretended to be asleep.