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- adj. Like bricks; of a reddish brick colour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Like bricks; of the color of red bricks.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See latericeous.
The urine which had hitherto been of good colour, and sufficient quantity, now became diminished, and lateritious; and the ancles œdematous.
Hence the quantity of the sediment, and the colour of the urine, in fevers, depend much on the quantity secreted by the kidnies, and the quantity absorbed from it again in the bladder: the kinds of sediment, as the lateritious, purulent, mucous, or bloody sediments, depend on other causes.
But it seldom happens that this matter sinks to the bottom of the urine; and it is but very rarely that the lateritious sediment of the urine, resembling brick-dust.
Thorax thickly clothed with fawn-coloured hairs; body above, shining ochrey inclined to orange; short tuft at the end of the body; underside lateritious; upper surface of first pair of wings fawn, with a reddish hue, densely covered with hair-like scales, with shorter and somewhat square scales beneath, the scales over the nervures, being reddish; an indistinct line of seven obscure spots still more indistinctly connected by a zigzag reddish line, runs across the wing nearly parallel to its apical margin, and nearer the tip of the wing than the middle.
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