sterile

All Adjective Noun
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  • Other species have all the flowers sterile and of the same size.
  • They are not considered a species, as the majority of them are sterile.
  • Or will it become another focus for the arms race - and thus an area of dangerous and sterile competition?
  • The women here are sterile, and if they do become pregnant never bring forth with life.
  • Most species kill their hosts, though some cause the hosts to become sterile and less active.
  • Their own population numbers can be tightly controlled as well, since they are sterile.
  • This difficult delivery may have rendered her sterile as she had no further children.
  • In the protected zone, the area must remain sterile of all foreign objects.
  • For this reason, blood cultures must be drawn with great attention to sterile process.
  • As time goes on, he feels needed, something missing in his sterile prior life.
  • Air-side connections between the sterile areas of each terminal are not available.
  • Yet, it is not her husband's child, he is sterile.
  • They are generally of low productivity and some may even be sterile.
  • The scene is set in the near future, in an apparently sterile and clinical building.
  • It has been used primarily in medical sanitation and sterile work facilities.
  • When he was 25 years old, it was discovered that he had also become sterile.
  • All actions take place inside a sterile shrouded chamber inside the machine.
  • More-recent results and analysis have provided some support for the existence of the sterile neutrino.
  • A bad result could produce a sterile species, which would eventually lead to the extinction of that grass.
  • This is a secure (sterile) area where only authorized persons are allowed access.
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Words starting with sterile

Meaning of sterile

  • adjective Incapable of reproducing
    an infertile couple