Third-person singular simple present indicative form of haemorrhage. (verb)
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Use "haemorrhages" in a sentence
"Cufflike pattern haemorrhages around small brain vessels were found in all specimens."
"These haemorrhages are caused by sudden changes of the intravascular blood pressure as a result of a compression of intrathoracic great vessels by a shock wave caused by a penetrating bullet."
"Clean hospital conditions and qualified doctors will save women from haemorrhages and infection, and yes, even from the complications that come from unsafe abortions. side note: I lived in Washington state during a boiling summer drought, and I used to buy those plastic ‘ice cubes’ made for cocktails and put them in my pillow case."