artery[ ahr-tuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF artery
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARTERY
Lieutenant Ford was wounded and a branch of an artery was cut.
It went, the doctor said, within a hair's-breadth of the artery.
Every nerve and siny of a nerve was there,—not a vein nor an artery wanting.
I think the artery was cut while the heart was still beating.
If the blood is bright and comes out in spurts, it's an artery.
If it's an artery and isn't cut quite in two, tear it in two.
He was right in his conjectures—an artery had been divided, and he had bled to death.
I compressed the artery, while I gave directions to the others.
These must be divided carefully, remembering the position of the artery.
The ulnar, both of which ought to be rather to the inside of the artery.