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Glandular

Correct spelling for glandular

Medical definition of glandular:

Relating to a gland.

Usage examples for glandular:

  • The unconscious vegetative system and the system of consciousness are both modified by the weakness of a link in the glandular chain. "The Glands Regulating Personality, – Louis Berman, M.D."
  • The demonstration of tubercle bacilli in the blood of patients in the active stage of the disease is now much more frequent than used to be the case and there seems no doubt that the bacillus can pass through glandular structures into the secretions. "Psychotherapy, – James J. Walsh"
  • The leaves are covered with glandular hairs containing a glutinous substance of an unpleasant odor, which characterizes all varieties as well as nearly all parts of the plant. "Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce, – E. R. Billings"
  • Mainly a matter of glandular balance or something like that, as far as I understand Hermes' report. "Pagan Passions, – Gordon Randall Garrett Laurence Mark Janifer"

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