Definition of Abrasions

1. Noun. (plural of abrasion) ¹



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Definition of Abrasions

1. abrasion [n] - See also: abrasion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abrasions

abranchious
abrase
abrased
abraser
abrasers
abrases
abrash
abrasin oil
abrasin oils
abrasing
abrasiometer
abrasiometers
abrasion platform
abrasion platforms
abrasions (current term)
abrasive
abrasive disc
abrasive material
abrasive media
abrasive paper
abrasive strip
abrasively
abrasiveness
abrasivenesses
abrasives
abrasure
abration
abraum
abraxas

Literary usage of Abrasions

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1. Prevention of Disease and Care of the Sick: How to Keep Well and what to Do by William Gordon Stimpson, Milton Hugh Foster (1919)
"abrasions. abrasions are very superficial wounds in which the outer layers of the skin have been ..."

2. The Practitioner's Ready Reference Book: A Handy Guide in Office and Bedside by Richard James Dunglison (1883)
"abrasions, Wounds, etc.—If blood from them be on the person, it should be so stated. The size, exact position (measured), and nature of the wounds, etc., ..."

3. A Practical treatise on the diseases of women by John Thorburn (1885)
"Ulcérations and abrasions, Hypertrophy, and Lacerations of the Cervix Uteri. ... or abrasions of the Cervix Uteri (Non-malignant). ..."

4. Medical Jurisprudence by Alfred Swaine Taylor (1856)
"... TREATMENT—POST-MORTEM APPEARANCES—RIGIDITY AND SPASM IN THE DROWNED CHANGES PRODUCED BY PUTREFACTION—SPECIAL COURSE OF, IN THE DROWNED—abrasions OF THE ..."

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