caseous
[ key-see-uhs ]
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Part of Speech adjective
Origin + Etymology
Mid 17th century; Latin from Latin caseus ‘cheese’ + -ous
Synonyms
  • cheesy
  • curded
  • clabbered
  • curdled
Antonyms
  • impenetrable
  • impermeable
Definition
cheeselike, especially in appearance, smell, or consistency
Example
The spray foam was a caseous material.
Usage Over Time

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