Common misspellings for coagulation:
comilation, cosulation, congatulation, socailiation, ogacoantion, coilation, cacluations, coaltion, corralation, corellation, congadulation, corallation, concolation, congralution, calcuation, corrilation, caclulation, concluetion, coagualtion, colation, coorilation, canelation, correclation, caculations, cancalation, corilation, congraulation, cummulation, rgulation, concultation, cumulation, cancaltion, claculation, congralation, concultion, ciculation, cacluation, dergulation, cosolation, calucation, coralation, cancllation, canculation, cogratulation, congraluation, cosultation, calulation, coaliation, cogradulation, cooralation, caculation, conculution, concluation, curculation, concludtion, cacelation, canclation, costalachon, cojuction, corlation, colculation, cacucasian, cuirculation, calation, ganguletion, xoagulation, voagulation, foagulation, doagulation, ciagulation, ckagulation, clagulation, cpagulation, c0agulation, c9agulation, cozgulation, cosgulation, cowgulation, coqgulation, coafulation, coavulation, coabulation, coahulation, coayulation, coatulation, coagylation, coaghlation, coagjlation, coagilation, coag8lation, coag7lation, coagukation, coagupation, coaguoation, coagulztion, coagulstion, coagulwtion, coagulqtion, coagularion, coagulafion, coagulagion, coagulayion, coagula6ion, coagula5ion, coagulatuon, coagulatjon, coagulatkon, coagulatoon, coagulat9on, coagulat8on, coagulatiin, coagulatikn, coagulatiln, coagulatipn, coagulati0n, coagulati9n, coagulatiob, coagulatiom, coagulatioj, coagulatioh, xcoagulation, cxoagulation, vcoagulation, cvoagulation, fcoagulation, cfoagulation, dcoagulation, cdoagulation, cioagulation, coiagulation, ckoagulation, cokagulation, cloagulation, colagulation, cpoagulation, copagulation, c0oagulation, co0agulation, c9oagulation, co9agulation, cozagulation, coazgulation, cosagulation, coasgulation, cowagulation, coawgulation, coqagulation, coaqgulation, coafgulation, coagfulation, coavgulation, coagvulation, coabgulation, coagbulation, coahgulation, coaghulation, coaygulation, coagyulation, coatgulation, coagtulation, coaguylation, coaguhlation, coagjulation, coagujlation, coagiulation, coaguilation, coag8ulation, coagu8lation, coag7ulation, coagu7lation, coaguklation, coagulkation, coaguplation, coagulpation, coaguolation, coaguloation, coagulzation, coagulaztion, coagulsation, coagulastion, coagulwation, coagulawtion, coagulqation, coagulaqtion, coagulartion, coagulatrion, coagulaftion, coagulatfion, coagulagtion, coagulatgion, coagulaytion, coagulatyion, coagula6tion, coagulat6ion, coagula5tion, coagulat5ion, coagulatuion, coagulatiuon, coagulatjion, coagulatijon, coagulatkion, coagulatikon, coagulatoion, coagulatioon, coagulat9ion, coagulati9on, coagulat8ion, coagulati8on, coagulatiion, coagulatioin, coagulatiokn, coagulatilon, coagulatioln, coagulatipon, coagulatiopn, coagulati0on, coagulatio0n, coagulatio9n, coagulatiobn, coagulationb, coagulatiomn, coagulationm, coagulatiojn, coagulationj, coagulatiohn, coagulationh, oagulation, cagulation, cogulation, coaulation, coaglation, coaguation, coagultion, coagulaion, coagulaton, coagulatin, coagulatio, ocagulation, caogulation, cogaulation, coauglation, coagluation, coagultaion, coagulaiton, coagulatoin, coagulatino, ccoagulation, cooagulation, coaagulation, coaggulation, coaguulation, coagullation, coagulaation, coagulattion, coagulationn, coagulation, soagulation, koagulation, goagulation, aoagulation, boagulation, cgagulation, cmagulation, cnagulation, coigulation, coegulation, cocgulation, coawulation, coaoulation, coaculation, coaeulation, coag5lation, coagelation, coagqlation, coagwlation, coagtlation, coagudation, coaguhation, coagunation, coagumation, coagulition, coaguletion, coagulction, coagula4ion, coaguladion, coagulapion, coagulavion, coagulauion, coagulatyon, coagulataon, coagulatmon, coagulathon, coagulatign, coagulatimn, coagulatinn, coagulatiof, coagulatiol, coagulatioo, coagulatayeon, coagulateyeon, c oagulation, co agulation, coa gulation, coag ulation, coagu lation, coagul ation, coagula tion, coagulat ion, coagulati on, coagulatio n.
Definition of coagulation:
- the process of forming semisolid lumps in a liquid
- The substance or body formed by coagulation.
- The act of curdling or clotting; the change from a fluid to a thickened, curdlike state.
- 1. Clotting, the process of change from a liquid state to that of a soft, jelly- like solid. 2. A clot or coagulum.
- The act of coagulating; the state of being coagulated; that which is coagulated.
- Curdling or clotting; the changing from a liquid to a viscous or solid state by chemical reaction.
- [ Latin] Curdling or clotting; the changing from a liquid to a viscous or solid state by chemical reaction; appl. vitamin K, the antihaemorrhagic accessory food factor.