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MEMBRANE

'MEMBRANE' is a 8 letter word starting with M and ending with E
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Crossword clues for 'MEMBRANE'

ClueAnswer
Thin flexible film (8)MEMBRANE
Eardrum, e.g. (8)MEMBRANE

Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for MEMBRANE

3 letter words

CUT - LAP - PLY

4 letter words

COAT - DEAL - DISK - FILM - FLAP - FOIL - FOLD - LEAF - PANE - PEEL - SCUM - SKIN - SLAB - SLAT - TELA

5 letter words

HYMEN - PANEL - PLAIT - PLANK - PLATE - SHEET - SLICE - TABLE - VELUM - WAFER

6 letter words

AMNION - COLLOP - FILTER - LAMINA - MENINX - PATINA - PLEURA - RASHER - SEROSA - TABLET - VENEER

7 letter words

COATING - EARDRUM - FEUILLE - FRENULA - LAMELLA - PLATING - PLYWOOD

8 letter words

COVERING - MEMBRANE - MENINGES - PELLICLE - TYMPANUM

10 letter words

CONJUCTIVA - MAIDENHEAD - NEURILEMMA

11 letter words

AMNIOTIC SAC - PERICARDIUM - PERINEURIUM - SAFETY GLASS

13 letter words

LAMINATED WOOD

14 letter words

LAMINATED GLASS - MEMBRANA SEROSA

15 letter words

MEMBRANA TYMPANA

16 letter words

BASEMENT MEMBRANE - TYMPANIC MEMBRANE

17 letter words

ALLANTOIC MEMBRANE - ARACHNOID MEMBRANE

Definition of membrane

  • a thin pliable sheet of material
  • a pliable sheet of tissue that covers or lines or connects the organs or cells of animals or plants



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