Definition of Autopsia

1. autopsy [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Autopsia

autopoiesis
autopoietic
autopoisoning
autopoisonings
autopoisonous
autopolymer
autopolymer resin
autopolymerization
autopolyploid
autopolyploids
autopolyploidy
autopositioning
autoprocessing
autoprotective
autoprotolysis
autopsia (current term)
autopsias
autopsic
autopsical
autopsied
autopsies
autopsist
autopsists
autopsorin
autopsy
autopsying
autoptic
autoptical
autoptically
autoradiogram

Literary usage of Autopsia

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1. Post-mortem Pathology: A Manual of Post-mortem Examinations and the by Henry Ware Cattell (1903)
"... and necro- scopic; Italian, autopsia, ... Spanish, autopsia; Greek, auro^ ; Latin, autopsia, necropsia, ..."

2. Theurgia, Or, The Egyptian Mysteries by Iamblichus, Alexander Wilder (1911)
"The spirits at the autopsia, the demons and half-gods,* both of them possess ... This is the autopsia, or Personal inspection, the Crown of Mysteries, ..."

3. The Mysteries of Freemasonry: Or, An Exposition of the Religious Dogmas and by John Fellows (1877)
"autopsia. " The autopsia, or the seeing with their own ... was what the mysteries called autopsia. • The cloud and thick darkness are dispersed ; and the ..."

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