Definition of Succus

1. Noun. Any of several liquids of the body. "Digestive juices"

Exact synonyms: Juice
Generic synonyms: Bodily Fluid, Body Fluid, Humor, Humour, Liquid Body Substance
Specialized synonyms: Cancer Juice, Digestive Fluid, Digestive Juice



Definition of Succus

1. n. The expressed juice of a plant, for medicinal use.

Definition of Succus

1. juice [n SUCCI]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Succus

succulence
succulences
succulencies
succulency
succulent
succulently
succulents
succulous
succumb
succumbed
succumbest
succumbeth
succumbing
succumbs
succursal
succus (current term)
succuss
succussation
succussations
succussed
succusses
succussing
succussion
succussive
such
such(a)
such(p)
such-and-such
such-and-suches
such and such

Literary usage of Succus

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1. A Textbook of Physiology by Michael Foster (1889)
"... is maintained as usual, a small amount of secretion collects in its interior. This is spoken of as the succus ... According to the above results, succus ..."

2. A Text-book of physiology by Michael Foster (1891)
"... is maintained as usual, a small amount of secretion collects in its interior. This is spoken of as the succus ... According to the above results succus ..."

3. A Text book of physiology by Michael Foster (1894)
"... while yet the blood-supply is maintained as usual, a small amount of secretion collects in its interior. This is spoken of as the succus ..."

4. A Text-book of Physiology by Michael Foster, Arthur Sheridan Lea (1885)
"This is spoken of as the succus ... A small quantity of fluid free from bile, gastric or pancreatic juice, and which may be considered a? pure succus ..."

5. Handbook of Physiology by William Dobinson Halliburton (1913)
"... except that both ends of the loop are sutured to the wound in the abdomen. Fig. 860 illustrates the two methods. The succus ..."

6. A Text Book of Physiology by Michael Foster (1883)
"A fistula is thus formed, leading into a short piece of intestine quite isolated from the rest of the alimentary canal. succus ..."

7. A Text Book of Physiology by Michael Foster (1899)
"... while yet the blood-supply is maintained as usual, a small amount of secretion collects in its interior. This is spoken of as the succus ..."

8. The Work of the Digestive Glands by Ivan Petrovich Pavlov, William Henry Thompson (1902)
"... presence and the nature of the food—The true digestive function of the bile is to augment the activity of the ferments of pancreatic juice—The succus ..."

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