One who draws blood for analysis or transfusion.(noun)
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Use "phlebotomist" in a sentence
"A phlebotomist is someone trained to draw blood, not a lobotomist."
"Eddie Ruiz, the phlebotomist is brought in because Bowles is known as a "hard stick" or someone with veins that are difficult to draw from."
"Ola Ajayi, a phlebotomist (ooh, 'phlebotomist' - imagine that on a triple-word square) is from Nigeria, where the best players go to training camps before major championships."