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ossified

(ˈɑsəfɑɪd)
mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. (From stoned (out).) How can anybody be so ossified on four beers?
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Soft rays of the dorsal fin are ossified by the time notochord flexion is complete, whereas spinous rays ossify from posterior to anterior in late flexion and early postflexion larvae by 5.
It appears that the tendency of the museum or archive to ossify its contents may be too powerful a force to counteract.
Bones ossify at different times gradually, from the center outwards.
In works like this Durant accomplishes something truly extraordinary: He broaches charged questions of race and political dissent in the United States without allowing identities to ossify.
The suspensory ligaments and tendons of the ossicles can degenerate as a result of chronic otitis media, and they can subsequently calcify and ossify.