Associated words: scleroid, enucleate, enucleation, inenucleable.
Associated words: enucleate, enucleation, exacinate, exacination.
Under these circumstances it is better to leave it alone, or, if it be causing signs of irritation, to enucleate the eye.
In the present imperfect state of knowledge it may be impossible to enucleate miracle, however defined, of all mystery.
I suspect that this error must at first have arisen from some confusion between to eliminate and to enucleate.
It requireth much discernment and much time to enucleate and bring into light their abstruse wisdom and gravely featured virtues.
enucleate e·nu·cle·ate (ĭ-nōō'klē-āt', ĭ-nyōō'-)
v. e·nu·cle·at·ed, e·nu·cle·at·ing, e·nu·cle·ates
To remove something, such as a tumor or an eye, whole and without rupture from an enveloping cover or sac.
To remove the nucleus of a cell.