Fauces, the passage from the atrium to the peristyle in a Roman house.
It may, like any other artery, be wounded, especially from the fauces.
The throat and fauces were only slightly reddened, the tongue was furred.
The floor of the fauces, as of many of the other rooms, is rich in color.
The walls of the fauces are ornamented in an unusual manner.
The vestibule and fauces have been mentioned previously (p. 249).
Hence the fauces should be freely sprayed with a 5% solution of cocaine.
Redness and inflammation of the whole prim vi; and sometimes of the mouth, fauces, and sophagus, but more usually the contrary.
Inodorous; taste at first slightly bitter, leaving a peculiar sense of numbness on the tongue and fauces.
The tonsils are lodged in the fauces at the sides of the root of the tongue.