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Definition of "cauterisation" []

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "cauterisation" in a sentence
  • "Not as bad as we feared, worse than we hoped, but surgical cauterisation should have fixed it, the area was quite small."
  • "If so, then perhaps a cauterisation of your perception is in order Part of the enjoyment of a blog – which is offered for consumption by the public, might I add – *is* participation and, as has been the case from the outset, the author of this blog welcomes comment be they to *your* liking or not."
  • "The acid was introduced into her vagina on September 8 during a laparoscopy and the possible cauterisation of lesions in the cervix."