vitreous-humor

vitreous humor

noun Anatomy.
the transparent gelatinous substance filling the eyeball behind the crystalline lens.

Origin:
1655–65

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vitreous humor n.

  1. The clear gelatinous substance that fills the eyeball between the retina and the lens.

  2. The vitreous body.

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vitreous humor  
The gelatinous substance that fills the chamber of the eye between the retina and the lens.
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