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- adj. heteromorphic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Heteromorphic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as heteromorphic.
- Same as heteromorphic, 3.
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Usually such changes are entirely heteromorphous, and, as it were, foreign to the natural organisation.
The term organization includes the conversion of the effusion into tissue, taking its character from the subjacent structures; the development of false membranes: and the formation of certain heteromorphous products, as Tubercle, Cancer, &c.
The heteromorphous sterculia of the interior, and some species of eucalyptus of very stunted growth covered its sides, which however for a considerable distance were not deficient in grass.