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amœbic (comparative more amœbic, superlative most amœbic)

  1. Obsolete form of amoebic.
    • 1907, Ludvig Hektoen, in Modern Medicine, Lea Brothers & Co.; Volume II., Chapter I., page 19:
      Important infectious diseases in man and animals are caused by protozoa; e.g., malaria, amœbic dysentery, trypanosomiasis, piroplasmosis, and possibly yellow and scarlet fever.