Definition of Decapitator

1. Noun. one who decapitates. ¹

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Definition of Decapitator

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Decapitator

decapartite
decapentaplegic
decapeptide
decapeptides
decaphyllous
decapitalize
decapitalized
decapitalizes
decapitalizing
decapitate
decapitated
decapitates
decapitating
decapitation
decapitations
decapitator (current term)
decapitators
decaplet
decaplets
decapod
decapod crustacean
decapoda
decapodal
decapodan
decapodans
decapodous
decapods
decapped
decapping
decaprenyl

Literary usage of Decapitator

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1. The Practice of Obstetrics: Designed for the Use of Students and by James Clifton Edgar (1916)
"In left shoulder positions we encircle the neck with the right hand and with the left carry the decapitator up in front of the neck, the point being ..."

2. A Manual of midwifery by Alfred Lewis Galabin (1897)
"Carry the decapitator, protected by the flexor surface of the fingers, ... Now draw the decapitator firmly downward, at the same time that its handle is ..."

3. Lectures on obstetric operations including the treatment of haemorrhage and by Robert Barnes (1886)
"The same •object can be obtained by a pair of strong scissors (Dubois) which is made to divide the cervical spine. An excellent decapitator was contrived by ..."

4. The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and by Andrew Kippis, William Godwin, George Robinson (1821)
"th of November last, to two years* imprisonment, nearly fifteen months of which have been remitted. decapitator quickly retreated amid loudly-expressed ..."

5. The Complete handbook of obstetric surgery, or, Short rules of practice in by Charles Clay (1856)
"DECAPITATION—decapitator. There are cases where decapitation may be necessary. ... The decapitator is an instrument in form like the blunt hook, ..."

6. The complete handbook of obstetric surgery by Charles Clay (1856)
"DECAPITATION—decapitator. There are cases where decapitation may be necessary. ... The decapitator is an instrument in form like the blunt hook, ..."

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