hemic

[hee-mik, hem-ik]
adjective

Origin:
1880–85; hem- + -ic

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haemic or (US) hemic (ˈhiːmɪk, ˈhɛm-, ˈhiːmɪk, ˈhɛm-)
 
adj
another word for haematic
 
hemic or (US) hemic
 
adj

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hemic he·mic (hē'mĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the blood.

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Example sentences
Hemic peat, either newly exposed or well protected from air, is generally light yellow or brown.
Hemic peat that is newly exposed or has been well protected from the air is generally light yellow or brown.
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