Synonyms for amputated
Antonyms for amputated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMPUTATED
His busy fingers had been separating the wires in the amputated neck.
Protected by no bony structure the snout of the monster was amputated.
But an amputated leg which was lying on the floor upset me altogether.
He was at length carried to the rear where his arm was amputated.
He has looked at the holes in the wall, and the amputated tree.
Mr. Knight's sufferings were great, and the arm was amputated.
It couldn't be amputated by the doctor, and they couldn't stop the bleedin'.
I thought all the arms and legs we've amputated were chasin' me upstairs.
Fresh advice was called in, and it was decided that the leg must be amputated.
His nerves do not shrink or betray a tendency to spasm, even when a limb is amputated.
1630s, back-formation from amputation or else from Latin amputatus, past participle of amputare "to cut off, to prune." Related: Amputated; amputating.