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Definition of the noun Abevacuation

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  1. [medicine] A partial evacuation. - Mayne

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Google previewThe Practitioner's Medical Dictionary (1919)

Containing All the Words and Phrases Generally Used in Medicine and the Allied Sciences, with Their Proper Pronunciation, Derivation, and Definition by George Milbry Gould, Richard John Ernst Scott

ABEVACUATION malformation; vicarious menstruation; escape of the fluids of the body by an unnatural channel. In optics, any imperfection of focalization or refraction of a lens, a., chromatic, the dispersion arising from unequal refraction of ...

Google previewA Critical Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1851)

Incorporating the Labours of Sheridan and Walker ... Also a Key to the Pronunciation of Classical and Scripture Proper Names by James Knowles

ABEVACUATION, lb-4-vak-u-aishun, n. The partial evacuation of morbid humours of the body, either by nature, or art.

Google previewMidline Medical Dictionary (2002)

by P. S. Rawat

Abevacuation. Incomplete evacuation. 3TTui HaRoi; 3"Tui Riff-fi Abeyance. Absence. 3rara, suspension. f*( RR, graat ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc (1816)

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ABEVACUATION, in medicine, a partial evacuation of peccant humours, either by nature or art. . ABEX, a country of Africa, on the Red Sea, which bounds it on the E. Abyssinia and Nubia lie on the W. Egypt on the N. and the coast of Ajan on ...

Google previewA Dictionary of medical terminology, dental surgery, and the collateral sciences (1855)

by Chapin Aaron Harris

ABEVACUATION. A term used by some old medical writers to express a partial or incomplete evacuation of the faulty humors, whether by nature or by art. ABHAL. An Asiatic fruit, obtained from a species of cypress, supposed to l>o an ...

Google previewThe Making of the Oxford English Dictionary (2016)

by Peter Gilliver

and no quotation, as is the medical term abevacuation (here two definitions are quoted, from Mayne's Expository Lexicon (1851) and the great medical dictionary of the New Sydenham Society, much cited in the OED as 'Syd. Soc.

Google previewA practical medical dictionary ... (1914)

by Thomas Lathrop Stedman

abevacuation (ab-e-vak-u-a'shun). An abnormal evacuation in the way either of excess or of deficiency. abeyance (ab-a'ans) [from the Old French.] A state of temporary abolition of function. Abies (ab'e-ez) [L.] A ...

Google previewThe American Illustrated Medical Dictionary (1916)

abevacuation (ab-e-vak-u-a'shun) [L. ab from + evacua'tio an emptying].

Google previewA New Universal Etymological, Technological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language, Embracing All the Terms Used in Science, Literature and Art (1858)

by John CRAIG (F.G.S.)

ABEVACUATION, ab-e-vak-u-a'shun, s. (ab and evacuation.) A partial evacuation of the humours of the body. ABEYANCE, a-ba'ans, v. a. (abbaiance, in expectation, Norm.) In expectation or contemplation— a law term. The right of fee simple ...

Google previewThe new encyclopædia; or, Universal dictionary ofarts and sciences (1807)

by Encyclopaedia Perthensis

ABEVACUATION, in medicine, a partial e- vacuation of peccant humours, cither by nature or art. ABEX, a country of Africa, on the Red Sea, which bounds it on the E. Abyslinia and Nubia lie on the W. Egypt on the N. and the coast of Ajan on ...

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The value of this 12-letter word is 19 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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