Definition of Divulsing
1. divulse [v] - See also: divulse
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Divulsing
Literary usage of Divulsing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Stricture of the male urethra by Fessenden Nott Otis (1885)
"The largest divulsing instrument of Mr. Thompson, of London, ... My own Holt, purchased some years since, had only a divulsing capacity of 25 F. until I had ..."
2. Diseases and Surgery of the Genito-urinary System by Francis Sedgwick Watson, John Henry Cunningham (1908)
"Fit the divulsing sound (Fig. 43) upon the rod. Hold the latter steadily, and drive the divulsing metal forcibly through the stricture. ..."
3. Before and After Surgical Operations: A Treatise on the Preparations For by Dean Tyler Smith (1906)
"We have, in the divulsing of the sphincter ani, another recourse in the treatment of shock. This maneuver is of so much value that I usually resort to it as ..."