Definition of Carnified

1. Verb. (past of carnify) ¹



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Definition of Carnified

1. carnify [v] - See also: carnify

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carnified

carnets
carney
carney syndrome
carneyed
carneying
carneys
carnie
carnied
carnier
carnies
carniest
carnifex
carnifexes
carnification
carnifications
carnified (current term)
carnifies
carnify
carnifying
carnin
carnitas
carnitine
carnitine acyltransferases
carnitine amidase
carnitine coenzyme A ligase
carnitine dehydratase
carnitine o-acetyltransferase
carnitine o-palmitoyltransferase
carnitine palmitoyltransferase
carnitine racemase

Literary usage of Carnified

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1. The Monthly Journal of Medicine (1855)
"apex two yellowish cheesy masses, each about half an inch square, with defined borders; lower lobe condensed, with blood and carnified lobules ; right, ..."

2. Monthly Journal of Medical Science (1855)
"apex two yellowish cheesy masses, each about half an inch square, with defined borders; lower lobe condensed, with blood and carnified lobules ; right, ..."

3. Transactions of the Pathological Society of London by Pathological Society of London (1856)
"Lower margin and anterior part in a carnified state; section, however, ... Its lower margin is carnified, sinking in water, firm, not inflatable ; section ..."

4. Auscultation and Percussion: Together with Other Methods of Physical by Samuel Jones Gee (1908)
"If the left lung be carnified, the heart will be extensively uncovered, ... The diagnosis between a lung entirely carnified and a pleural effusion depends ..."

5. Lectures on Diseases of Children: A Handbook for Physicians and Students by Eduard Heinrich Henoch (1882)
"Pulmonary pleura bordering the cavity was absent, so that the sound entered directly into small bronchi. Almost the whole of right lung carnified. ..."

6. The Transactions of the New York Academy of Medicine by New York Academy of Medicine (1872)
"In this form, the inflamed marrow is said to be carnified or ... When the carnified marrow has a yellowish red, or a copper- colored hue, it is because fat ..."

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