[ luːkˈiːmi͡ə], [ luːkˈiːmiə], [ l_uː_k_ˈiː_m_iə]
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How to use "Leucaemia" in context?
Leukaemia is a serious blood cancer. There are many types of leukemia, but all fall into one of three main categories: myeloid, lymphoid, or myelocytic. Myeloid leukemia is the most common type, accounting for around 75% of all cases. There are many different types of myeloid leukemia, but the most common is acute myeloid leukemia (AML), which is typified by a rapid onset of symptoms and a poor prognosis. Lymphoid leukemia is the second most common type, accounting for around 20% of cases.
Homophones for Leucaemia:
- leukemia, lignin, lignum, leucaena, laguna, legume, laocoon, lasagna, leccinum, leucoma, lichen, loose cannon, Lazy Susan, lissom, lesson, lacuna, logjam, logion, luscinia, lasagne, lycaeon, log-in, lycian, liquaemin, ligan, lcm, leishmania, leukoma, lagan, ligne, locoism, loosen, look on, lysin, liken, lycaena, lay eyes on, leucine, lockman, louisianian, lagoon, lagune, louisianan, lesion, lysine, lycium, lysinemia, Lushun, laconian, log on, lexeme, loxoma, legion, logan, like sin, laconia, lissome, lyceum, legin, leukaemia, lucknow, luzon, lucania, lexicon, locum, lock in, lysogeny, liaison, logomania, loose woman, louisiana, lessen, lakshmi, lysosome, log in, logicism, liegeman, lausanne, logician, lysozyme, logania.
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