ichor


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i·chor

(ī'kōr),
Thin watery discharge from an ulcer or unhealthy wound.
[G. ichōr, serum]

ichor

An obsolete term for a thin watery fluid; e.g., transudate.

Ichor

An obsolete generic term for a thin watery discharge; e.g., transudate.

i·chor

(ī'kōr)
Rarely used term for a thin watery discharge from an ulcer or unhealthy wound.
[G. ichōr, serum]

ichor

A watery, SEROUS, or blood-tinged discharge from an ulcer or wound.

i·chor

(ī'kōr)
Thin watery discharge from an ulcer or unhealthy wound.
[G. ichōr, serum]
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In the case of the automaton, the ghost in the shell was not literally a deus ex machina, but supposedly a combination of technical virtuosity and supernatural magic elements, such as the ichor that powered the Tabs figure.
Wellvang's soul sloshed with shame and misery, and every direction to the Polish movers was ichor cresting the brim.
QUIZ CHALLENGE: 1 Shock absorber; 2 Two; 3 Ichor; 4 As John Steed's (Patrick MacNee) crime-fighting partner in The Avengers; 5 The Greater London Council (GLC).
I was born and bred in the cradle of minor partyism, so I suppose the blood-the ichor? the fever?-of electoral rebellion washes through my veins.
Ichor: the rarified fluid said to run in the veins of the gods.
In Greek mythology what was the name given Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Shock absorber; 2 Two; 3 Ichor; 4 As John Steed's (Patrick MacNee) crime-fighting partner in The Avengers; 5 The Greater London Council (GLC); 6 A cob; 7 Finnish; 8 Chewing food thoroughly and drinking in small amounts to help with digestion; 9 The Flintstones; 10 Greg Norman.
Of "the defects of poets" who have made only "partial ascents to poetry," Emerson writes, "The drop of ichor that tingles in their veins has not yet refined their blood, and cannot lift the whole man to the digestion and function of ichor,--that is, to godlike nature.