The alimentary system, blood-vessel system, and reproductive system have been evolved gradually in the same way.
Meanwhile I was bleeding tremendously, for he had cut a blood-vessel in my arm.'
After all, you cannot be expected to know what it is to rupture a blood-vessel.
Every blood-vessel was striving to grapple with the present.
Merely because something has gone wrong in some blood-vessel or nerve-fibre, all my strength and intelligence seem to fail me.
“The poor fellow must have broken a blood-vessel, sir,” said Raby.
The lover broke a blood-vessel and the surgeons informed him there was no remedy.
The injury referred to was the bursting of a blood-vessel in the lungs.
Before the marriage could be consummated, At'tila was found, dead in his bed, having burst a blood-vessel during the night.
In this case, there is danger of bursting a blood-vessel, or occasioning an inflammation.
blood vessel n.
An elastic tubular channel, such as an artery, a vein, a sinus, or a capillary, through which the blood circulates.
|blood vessel |
An elastic tube or passage in the body through which blood circulates; an artery, a vein, or a capillary.