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Definition of long sighted (adjective)
forms: more long sighted; most long sighted; the most long sighted

condition of the eyes where distant objects; but not close ones; can be seen clearly

Examples
People often become more long-sighted as they age.

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Definition of postprandial (adjective)
describing the period after eating

Examples
After his operation he experienced postprandial pain.

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Definition of pigmented (adjective)
forms: more pigmented; most pigmented; less pigmented; least pigmented

colored

Examples
Pigmented skins are more protected from the effects of the sun.

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Definition of facial (adjective)
of the face

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Birth defects can cause abnormal facial appearance.

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Definition of bicuspid (adjective)
having two cusps or parts

Examples
The mitral valve is a bicuspid valve.

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Definition of lymphatic (adjective)
of the lymph system

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Lymphatic vessels carry lymph around the body.

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Definition of vestigial (adjective)
rudimentary; once an important evolutionary structure, now without use

Examples
The appendix is said to be a vestigial organ.

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Definition of deaf (adjective)
forms: more deaf; deafer; most deaf; deafest; the most deaf; the deafest

inability to hear well or at all

Examples
People gradually become deafer with age.

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Definition of aromatic (adjective)
containing one or more cyclical structures made up of carbon chains

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Aromatic hydrocarbons are called arenes.

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Definition of permeable (adjective)
forms: more permeable; most permeable; less permeable; least permeable

allowing substances to pass through it

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The cell membrane is a semi-permeable membrane as it allows select substances to pass through.

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