anarthrous

anarthrous
anarthrously, adv.anarthrousness, n.
/an ahr"threuhs/, adj.
1. Zool. having no joints or articulated limbs.
2. (esp. in Greek grammar) used without the article.
[1800-10; < Gk ánarthros jointless. See AN-1, ARTHR-, -OUS]

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