Definition of Forams

1. Noun. (plural of foram) ¹



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Definition of Forams

1. foram [n] - See also: foram

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forams

foraminal herniation
foraminal lymph node
foraminal node
foraminated
foraminifer
foraminifera
foraminiferal
foraminiferan
foraminiferans
foraminiferas
foraminiferous
foraminifers
foraminotomy
foraminous
foraminulum
forams (current term)
forane
foraneous
forasmuch
forasmuch as
foravirumab
foray
foray into
forayed
forayer
forayers
foraying
forays
forb
forbad

Literary usage of Forams

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1. The Standard Library of Natural History: Embracing Living Animals of the by Charles John Cornish (1908)
"Related forms of this jelly animalcule secrete shells of varying form and structure. Some of these, known as forams, are of carbonate of lime, ..."

2. Modern Microscopy: A Handbook for Beginners and Students by M. I. Cross, Martin J. Cole (1922)
"A thin wooden ledge must be glued round three sides of the slip to prevent the forams rolling off when the stage of the microscope is inclined at an angle. ..."

3. The Journal of Microscopy and Natural Science: The Journal of the Postal ...by Allen, Postal Microscopical Society by Allen, Postal Microscopical Society (1884)
"1 „ 36 Animal Hairs & Skins (British) 24 ,, ,, (Foreign) 36 Ferns 3t> Micro-Fungi 36 Vegetable Hairs 36 Micro Seeds 24 Starches (genuine) 24 forams and ..."

4. The Yorkshire Lias by Ralph Tate, John Frederick Blake (1876)
"'Introd. to the study of forams.'pi. xi. figs. 6-10. Shell adherent, consisting of several hemispherical chambers, connected by narrower passages; ..."

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