glandulous

glandulous

[glan-juh-luhs]
adjective

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English glandelous < Latin glandulōsus full of kernels. See glandule, -ous

glandulousness, noun
nonglandulous, adjective
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glandular or glandulous (ˈɡlændjʊlə, ˈɡlændjʊləs)
 
adj
of, relating to, containing, functioning as, or affecting a gland: glandular tissue
 
[C18: from Latin glandula, literally: a little acorn; see glanders]
 
glandulous or glandulous
 
adj
 
[C18: from Latin glandula, literally: a little acorn; see glanders]
 
'glandularly or glandulous
 
adv
 
'glandulously or glandulous
 
adv

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glandulous glan·du·lous (glān'jə-ləs)
adj.
Glandular.

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