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to·rose

, torous (tō'rōs, -rŭs),
Bulging; knobby.
[L. torosus, fleshy, fr. torus, a knot, bulge]
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torose

(tôr′ōs′)
adj.
Cylindrical with alternate swellings and contractions: torose pod.
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to·rose

, torous (tō'rōs, -rŭs)
Bulging; knobby.
[L. torosus, fleshy, fr. torus, a knot, bulge]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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On a very mundane card, Torose is napped to follow-up a bumper win last month in the second division of the Comeragh Maiden Hurdle.
The Paddy Mullins-trained Torose must be one of the most consistent sorts in training and she must go on the short-list along with Samasakhan and Link Hill.