Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clot. (verb)
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Use "clots" in a sentence
"Ms. Kodatsky, 31, has Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura, a rare blood condition that can be fatal and is characterized by clots forming throughout the body."
"AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY CONFERENCE: Crestor lowers risk of deep-vein clots"
"Suppose such deposits, composed of albumen and fibrin, prepared in the liver should be deposited in the lining membranes of veins leading to the heart, and by some other chemical action this accumulated mass should come loose from the veins, would we not expect what is commonly called clots enter the heart, and shut off the arteries, supplying the lungs, stop the further circulation of blood and cause instantaneous death called heart failure, apoplexy and so on?"