Definition of Tubular cavity

1. Noun. A cavity having the shape of a tube.

Generic synonyms: Bodily Cavity, Cavity, Cavum
Specialized synonyms: Pharynx, Throat



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tubular Cavity

tubouterine pregnancy
tubs
tubs of lard
tubside
tubthump
tubthumped
tubthumping
tubthumps
tubular
tubular adenoma
tubular aneurysm
tubular bells
tubular carcinoma
tubular cavity (current term)
tubular cyst
tubular forceps
tubular gland
tubular glands of the skin
tubular maximum
tubular respiration
tubular small bowel
tubular vision
tubularia
tubularian
tubularida
tubularization
tubularizations

Literary usage of Tubular cavity

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1. Spolia Zeylanica by National Museums of Sri Lanka, National Museums of Ceylon (1908)
"Tliis female atrium is connected posteriorly with a long tubular cavity (ut). ... The walls of the atrium and the tubular cavity aro of the same structure, ..."

2. Annual of the Universal Medical Sciencesedited by [Anonymus AC02809657] edited by [Anonymus AC02809657] (1890)
"Within it was a central tubular cavity. About sixty small nodules projected from the surface of the cord in its lower portion, chiefly along the posterior ..."

3. Textbook of Anatomy by Daniel John Cunningham (1905)
"This is simply an imperfect tubular cavity, situated beneath the notochord, ... The primitive alimentary canal is now a tubular cavity, suspended from the ..."

4. The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal by Royal Society of Edinburgh, Wernerian Natural History Society (1826)
"This opaque matter renders the limits of the tubular cavity very distinct, and probably is the cause of fibres ..."

5. Report on the Geology and Topography of a Portion of the Lake Superior Land by John Wells Foster, Josiah Dwight Whitney (1851)
"When the specimen is broken, the interior presents an eccentric, tubular cavity, lined with crystals of carbonate of lime. In the present condition of the ..."

6. The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain), George Long (1837)
"Up this tubular cavity rises the large cochlear branch of the acoustic nerve, giving off lateral filaments through minute openings arranged spirally, ..."

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