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- adj. That serves to eject, or that is ejected
- n. A particle that is emitted during a reaction, typically the lighter reaction product in a two-body reaction.
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Others have acquired curious attitudes and large ocelli, which cause them to resemble the head of some reptile, or they have curious horns or coloured ejectile processes which frighten away enemies; while a great number have acquired secretions which render them offensive to the taste of their enemies, and these are always adorned with very conspicuous markings or brilliant colours, which serve as a sign of inedibility and prevent their being needlessly attacked.
"In seven years of regular solar observing I have only seen a few ejectile prominences," Stetson said.
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