Definition of Blood-filled
1. Adjective. Containing blood. "The blood-filled centers of arteries and veins"
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Literary usage of Blood-filled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Medical Times and Gazette (1866)
"In his early attempts in this mode of investigation he (Dr. Williams) had been struck by the large size and number of blood-filled capillaries, ..."
2. Therapeutic Gazette (1921)
"The other nurse acts as general assistant at the instrument table and passes the blood- filled syringes from the assistant physician, who is stationed at ..."
3. The Origin and Development of the Lymphatic System by Florence Rena Sabin (1913)
"The fact that the lymphatics invade the skin in the chick while they are in the blood-filled stage gives at once an advantage. ..."
4. Contributions to the Science of Medicine and Surgery: In Celebration of the (1908)
"... he contented himself with removing only the blood- filled tube. Later, there was a spontaneous discharge of chocolate-colored blood through the vagina. ..."