Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulpify
Literary usage of Pulpify
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1908)
"In those instances in which violence has been so great as to pulpify it completely, or for the most part, no more doubt as to the necessity of its removal ..."
2. Pamphlets by John Prentice Rand, Gaylord Dewitt Beebe, Gordon Maxwell Christine, William Sharp, Cornelius S.. Eldridge, Edward Carroll Franklin (1898)
"... produce great separation and laceration of the living tissues, but do not grind and pulpify them as in the case of the round ball. ..."
3. Surgical Diseases of the Abdomen: With Special Reference to Diagnosis by Richard P. A. Douglas, Richard A. Barr (1909)
"... resulting in squeezing and compression, as in elevator accidents, are forms of great violence that rupture, displace, and pulpify the viscera. ..."
4. Outlines of Physiology, Human and Comparative by John Marshall (1868)
"... especially to that of the gastric juice; vinegar, moreover, contributes, by its acidity, to swell and pulpify albuminoid substances. ..."
5. A System of Surgery: Pathological, Diagnostic, Therapeutic, and Operative by Samuel David Gross (1882)
"... factory, and steamboat accidents, which are so common in this country, and which are often of the most frightful nature, pulpify- ing t lie soft parts, ..."
6. A System of Surgery: Pathological, Diagnostic, Therapeutic and Operative by Samuel David Gross (1862)
"It is well known that the most horrible ¡rie« may be inflicted upon the body by cannon shot, completely pulpify- - ;hi- muscles, lacerating the vessels and ..."
7. Australian Poets, 1788-1888: Being a Selection of Poems Upon All Subjects by Arthur Patchett Martin (1890)
""For although through nine abysmal days I've fought with his digestion, Being hostile to his processes and loth to pulpify, It is rapidly becoming a most ..."