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  • as instab
  • as intrance

synonyms for transfixion

  • jab
  • twinge
  • ache
  • blow
  • gash
  • hurt
  • incision
  • jag
  • pang
  • piercing
  • prick
  • puncture
  • rent
  • stick
  • thrust
  • wound
  • coma
  • rapture
  • reverie
  • stupor
  • unconsciousness
  • insensibility
  • abstraction
  • study
  • spell
  • glaze
  • muse
  • ecstasy
  • daze
  • dream
  • petrifaction
  • catatonia
  • catalepsy
  • transfixture
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How to use transfixion in a sentence

In cases of iris bomb where iritis is still present, and in cases of cysts of the iris, transfixion is all that is necessary.
A SYSTEM OF OPERATIVE SURGERY, VOLUME IV (OF 4)VARIOUS
Presently he sank back into his chair, holding one hand to his heart, that still throbbed from the strange transfixion.
THE HAPPY HYPOCRITEMAX BEERBOHM
In a fit of jealousy, he attempted to stab her, and Gabrielli was only saved from transfixion by the whalebone of her stays.
HISTORY OF THE OPERA FROM ITS ORIGIN IN ITALY TO THE PRESENT TIMEHENRY SUTHERLAND EDWARDS
Making the long flap by transfixion, it may be held back by an assistant, and the joint cut into.
A MANUAL OF THE OPERATIONS OF SURGERYJOSEPH BELL
This may be made by transfixion at its base, but is better obtained by dissection from without.
A MANUAL OF THE OPERATIONS OF SURGERYJOSEPH BELL
If the piles are very small they may be secured without transfixion in a single noose after being seized by a hook or forceps.
A MANUAL OF THE OPERATIONS OF SURGERYJOSEPH BELL
"Transfixion" knives are of service when engaged upon very large animals, and here also come in the post-mortem hooks.
PRACTICAL TAXIDERMYMONTAGU BROWNE
During the transfixion care must be taken not to prick the bowel with the needle.
A SYSTEM OF OPERATIVE SURGERY, VOLUME IV (OF 4)VARIOUS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO TRANSFIXION

  • ache
  • blow
  • gash
  • hurt
  • incision
  • jab
  • jag
  • pang
  • piercing
  • prick
  • puncture
  • rent
  • stick
  • thrust
  • transfixion
  • twinge
  • wound
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.