Correct spelling for cartilaginous

Medical definition of cartilaginous:

Relating to or consisting of cartilage.

Usage examples for cartilaginous:

  • The nose is a cartilaginous body, pierced with two holes, which are called nostrils. "The Book of Household Management, – Mrs. Isabella Beeton"
  • The head is provided with cartilaginous processes of great strength, and they with the frontal bone form one strong mass of so solid a nature that the animal can, when making his escape, fling himself on his head from considerable heights without injury. "With Axe and Rifle, – W.H.G. Kingston"

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