calculous


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cal·cu·lous

 (kăl′kyə-ləs)
adj.
Relating to, caused by, or having a calculus or calculi.

calculous

(ˈkælkjʊləs) or

calculary

adj
(Pathology) of or suffering from a calculus. Obsolete form: calculose

cal•cu•lous

(ˈkæl kyə ləs)

adj.
characterized by the presence of calculus, or stone.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Latin]
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Adj.1.calculous - relating to or caused by or having a calculus or calculi
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