esophagus[ ih-sof-uh-guh s, ee-sof- ]SEE DEFINITION OF esophagus
Synonyms for esophagus
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ESOPHAGUS
The passage between the nasal passages and the esophagus: the throat.
Just back of the pharynx is the esophagus which leads to the beginning of the stomach.
Like all gases it ascends, and so passes out of the esophagus in prayer and psalmody.
Your heart's in the old place, isn't it—at the end of your esophagus?
The food that is swallowed passes down the esophagus and enters the stomach.
They may compress the esophagus and interfere with swallowing.
I hook my heels under the seat and persuade my esophagus back into place.
Even in the mouth and the esophagus a small amount is absorbed.
It is found in the esophagus and stomach, and forms the meconium.
For, with the disappearance of the wine down his esophagus, came a set grin on his face, akin to the smile of a disgruntled ghost.