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from The Century Dictionary.

  • Resembling hydrocephalus. Also hydrencephaloid.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective (Med.) Resembling hydrocephalus.
  • adjective (Med.) the group of symptoms which follow exhausting diarrhea in young children, resembling those of acute hydrocephalus, or tubercular meningitis.

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  • adjective medicine Resembling hydrocephalus.


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hydrocephalus +‎ -oid


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  • Kurz concludes that nitrite of amyl is indicated in cardiac affections when the capillary circulation is obstructed and the cardiac muscle is threatened with paralysis from overwork; further, in cases of impeded circulation occasioned by cholera or severe diarrhea, particularly in the so-called hydrocephaloid (false hydrocephalus) of children.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 299, September 24, 1881 Various

  • Could be there's another little hydrocephaloid in the oven.

    Palin to step down as governor, not seeking re-election 2009

  • "There is no such thing as a hydrocephaloid monkey," someone will say.

    The Awkward Fame 2006

  • The great thing about hate mail is that it all sounds like it was written by hydrocephaloid monkeys whacked out on roofies.

    The Awkward Fame 2006

  • The green dude with the big head who looks like he fits in to a cartoon world looks like a ridiculous hydrocephaloid in live-action.


  • He walked among the lame and the blind, past hydrocephaloid and microcephalous idiots, past a juggler who kept twelve flaming torches in the air with the aid of a rudimentary third hand growing out of his chest.

    The Status Civilization Robert Sheckley 1966


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