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Use "sanguification" in a sentence
"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 the stomach; the third is in the liver, to turn this chylus into blood, called sanguification; the last is assimilation, which is in every part."
"Commonwealth, and goes round about, nourishing, as it passeth, every part thereof; in so much as this concoction is, as it were, the sanguification of the Commonwealth: for natural blood is in like manner made of the fruits of the earth; and, circulating, nourisheth by the way every member of the body of man."
"They also made a god of the secret power by which nature forms the blood of animals, and called it the god of sanguification."