dissect

[ dih-sekt, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissect

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The sensation astonished him so much that he lacked the courage to dissect it.

"Got the sack, I suppose," he said, and began to dissect a chicken.

I'm going to take up every statement he made tonight and dissect it—every point.

Were you to dissect him, and inspect his stomach, you would find no milk there.

“Dissect him,” said Dyke, who was on his knees with his sharp sheath-knife in his hand.

And why does metaphysic make no attempt to dissect this fact?

Dissect him how I may, then, I but go skin deep; I know him not, and never will.

In July, the season for the wedding-dress, let us dissect him under water.

Let us dissect the caterpillar and apply the lens to its mosaic.

With these precautionary hints in mind, we will now proceed to dissect a bird.

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