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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - The formation of blood cells in the living body (especially in the bone marrow).

Usage examples (21)
  • Besides these three several operations of digestion, there is a fourfold order of concoction: — mastication, or chewing in the mouth; chilification of this so chewed meat in...
  • We talk glibly about a natural mode of living, a simple diet; but where in our civilized countries can we find food that really serves healthy sanguification?
  • Nevertheless, it is a deeply and speedily-acting drug, for it affects the whole internal mucous membrane, the nervous system, and the process of sanguification, thus...
  • The provings of Apis show that this drug affects every portion of the nervous system -- the cerebral, spinal and ganglionic nerves -- and the process of sanguification,... for more
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