indolent


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indolent

1. Pathol causing little pain
2. (esp of a painless ulcer) slow to heal

indolent

[′in·də·lənt]
(medicine)
Of or relating to a slow-growing, nonpainful neoplasm.
Slowness in the process of healing.
References in classic literature ?
Effingham was by nature indolent, confiding, and at times impetuous and indiscreet; but Marmaduke was uniformly equable, penetrating, and full of activity and enterprise.
They are indolent, as a general thing, and yet have few pastimes.
Here and there were new brick houses and shops, just set up by bustling, driving, and eager men of traffic from the Atlantic States; while, on the other hand, the old French mansions, with open casements, still retained the easy, indolent air of the original colonists; and now and then the scraping of a fiddle, a strain of an ancient French song, or the sound of billiard balls, showed that the happy Gallic turn for gayety and amusement still lingered about the place.
of the indolent, the incompetent, the unthrifty, the envious and the
the king, an indolent fellow, found it more convenient to let his hair
The brother, who appeared at all times to stand in awe of his sister's authority, complied; though it was with a reluctance so evident, as to excite sneers, even among the unobservant and indolent sons of the squatter.
The whole party followed in her steps, some too indolent to oppose, others obedient to her will, and all more or less excited by the uncommon character of the scene.
Never having known mother or sisters, he was quick to feel the influences they brought about him, and their busy, lively ways made him ashamed of the indolent life he led.
My window was open, and the earthy wind blowing through made me indolent.
THE Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Adeyemi III, has harped on the need for the African academia and intelligentsia to be involved in leadership else they continue to allow themselves to be ruled by indolent politicians and self-appointed opinion leaders.
Based on these data, Blueprint Medicines plans to engage global regulatory authorities in the first half of 2018 to obtain input on registration pathways for avapritinib in patients with advanced SM and patients with indolent and smoldering SM.
In 2007, Petrella and colleagues (1) described 4 cases of cutaneous lymphomas, localized to the ear, with indolent clinical behavior despite high-grade morphologic findings.