jugular

[ juhg-yuh-ler, joo-gyuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF jugular

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The rifle had missed his jugular vein by little more than an inch.

The mouth of the strange animal was resting upon his jugular vein.

The upper portion of the windpipe was severed, and likewise the jugular vein.

In the subcircular collar septum the two anterior (jugular) meshes are much smaller than the two posterior (cardinal) meshes.

There are no jugular plates and no marginal teeth in the jaws.

(ii) If there be thrombosis of the bulb of the jugular vein.

For thorough bleeding, the jugular vein is generally to be preferred.

There was no pain, just the throb of my jugular under his mouth.

He went for the jugular: "Have you ever done anything like that before, Pheola?"

Why is not the jugular vein as much at our disposal as the median vein?

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR JUGULAR

throaty

adjectivepertaining to the throat
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