Definition of Extravasating

1. Verb. (present participle of extravasate) ¹



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Definition of Extravasating

1. extravasate [v] - See also: extravasate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Extravasating

extravagantness
extravaganza
extravaganzas
extravagate
extravagated
extravagates
extravagating
extravagation
extravagations
extravagent
extravasate
extravasated
extravasates
extravasating (current term)
extravasation
extravasation cyst
extravasations
extravascular
extravascular fluid
extravascular lung water
extravastion
extravehicular
extravehicular activity
extravenate
extraventricular
extraversion
extraversions
extraversive

Literary usage of Extravasating

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1. The Rationale of Punishment by Jeremy Bentham, Etienne Dumont (1830)
"NATURALLY extravasating PUNISHMENT.—RULES CONCERNING IT. In regard to such punishment as conies under the denomination of derivative or naturally extra- ..."

2. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1838)
"Naturally extravasating Punishment— Rules concerning it. In regard to such punishment as comes under the denomination of derivative or naturally ..."

3. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1897)
"No matter how expert an assistant, it is almost impossible in performing intestinal anastomosis by former methods to keep feces and gas from extravasating. ..."

4. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1897)
"No matter how expert an assistant, it is almost impossible in performing intestinal anastomosis by former methods to keep feces and gas from extravasating. ..."

5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1902)
"In the left cerebrum there was similar softening in the occipital lobes with hemorrhage extravasating under the dura. The ventricles contained no blood. ..."

6. The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Applications: Being a by Jabez Hogg (1887)
"... patches of black pigment, in the immediate vicinity of which numerous air-bubbles are met with, extravasating, as it were, into tlie cellular tissue. ..."

7. The Medical and Surgical Reporter (1896)
"... light was completely closed by the next morning, apparently as the result of blood extravasating into the mucous membrane rather than into the cavity. ..."

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