dissection

[ dih-sek-shuh n, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissection

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSECTION

But of what good is the love of Nature that consists only in classification and dissection?

Dissection of animals was practised at Salerno as early as the eleventh century.

On dissection we found 81 vertebræ, exclusive of the cephalic.

Dissection of a small Cetacean sent to me from Orkney in the month of May 1835.

Morton, I feel as if I had taken part in the dissection of a human soul.

Dissection proves that they have the appropriate organs of generation.

Section of the great pectoral muscle will aid the dissection.

No account has yet been given of the dissection of an individual so constituted.

There I cut his throat and after breakfast commenced the dissection.

The first Ptolemy also fostered the study of medicine and of dissection.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISSECTION

postmortem

nounanalysis after death
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