Common misspellings for adhesion:
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Definition of adhesion:
- the property of sticking together ( as of glue and wood) or the joining of surfaces of different composition
- faithful support for a religion or cause or political party
- a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally separate anatomical structures
- The action of sticking; the state of being attached; intimate union; as, the adhesion of glue, or of parts united by growth, cement, or the like.
- Adherence; steady or firm attachment; fidelity; as, adhesion to error, to a policy.
- Agreement to adhere; concurrence; assent.
- The molecular attraction exerted between bodies in contact. See Cohesion.
- Union of surface, normally separate, by the formation of new tissue resulting from an inflammatory process.
- The union of parts which are separate in other plants, or in younger states of the same plant.
- The state or act of being stuck together, united, or attached; firmness in opinion.
- 1. The process of adhering or uniting of two surfaces or parts, especially the union of the opposing surfaces of a wound. 2. In dentistry, the mode in which an upper denture is held in place without vacuum- chambers. 3. In the plural, bands of more or less organized fibrinous exudate thrown out on the surface of a serous membrane and connecting the opposing surfaces.
- Joining of surfaces.
- The act of adhering or sticking to: steady attachment.
- Act or state of adhering.
- The act or state of adhering; adherence; steady attachment; the tendency of two surfaces to remain attached when in contact.
- Applied to matter- the act of sticking to; a union of parts of any body by means of cement, glue, growth, & c.; steady attachment.
- Condition of being united to, or separate from, one another, elements of a whorl.
- [ Latin] Condition of touching without growing together of parts normally separate, as between members of different series of floral leaves; cf. cohesion.