Definition of Enterics

1. Noun. Rod-shaped Gram-negative bacteria; most occur normally or pathogenically in intestines of humans and other animals.




Definition of Enterics

1. Noun. (biology) Gram-negative eubacteria that inhabit intestines. ¹

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Definition of Enterics

1. a family of bacteria [n]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enterics

enteric bacteria
enteric coated tablet
enteric coating
enteric cytopathogenic bovine orphan virus
enteric cytopathogenic human orphan virus
enteric cytopathogenic monkey orphan virus
enteric cytopathogenic swine orphan virus
enteric fever
enteric nervous system
enteric organism
enteric orphan viruses
enteric plexus
enteric tuberculosis
enteric viruses
entericoid fever
enterics (current term)
entering
entering(p)
entering tone
enterings
enteritides
enteritis
enteritis anaphylactica
enteritis necroticans
enteritis of mink
enteritis polyposa
enteritises
enterlace
enterlaced
enterlaces

Literary usage of Enterics

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1. The Diary of John Evelyn,esq., F. R. S.: To which are Added a Selection from by John Evelyn, Henry Benjamin Wheatley (1906)
"... by Bacchus and his Revellers ; the rest consisted of several enterics and pageants of excesse, by all the Elements. A masque representing fire was ..."

2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Pleas: With by Great Britain Court of Common Pleas, Court of Common Pleas, William Hodges, Great Britain (1839)
"... enterics prove that this form of pleading must be followed." And the same learned judge also says, after the case had been again argued (>:), "Then what ..."

3. The Sick and Wounded in South Africa: What I Saw and Said of Them and of the by William Burdett-Coutts (1900)
"enterics ON BULLY BEEF. From the incident of the eight sick men left in ... Trainloads of enterics and dysenteries sent on a journey of two or three days ..."

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