Abdomen in a sentence 🔊

Short Sentences for Abdomen

1. The wound in the abdomen was closed with sutures. 🔊

2. A side view of the chest and abdomen in respiration. 🔊

3. A front view of the chest and abdomen in respiration. 🔊

4. Boliwan cut open his (own) abdomen with a bolo, and died. 🔊

5. The Abdomen and its Organs. 🔊

6. The position of the walls of the abdomen in inspiration. 🔊

7. The position of the front walls of the chest and abdomen in inspiration. 🔊

8. The patient recovered, with the size of the abdomen undiminished. 🔊

9. Venter: the belly: under surface of abdomen as a whole and of each ring. 🔊

10. Disjunct: with head, thorax and abdomen separated by constrictions. 🔊

11. Metapodeon: the abdomen behind the podeon or petiole in Hymenoptera. 🔊

12. Lana: wool: the long hair on the abdomen of some Lepidoptera. 🔊

13. Aerostats: a pair of large air sacs at base of abdomen in Diptera. 🔊

How to use Abdomen in Sentences?

1. Thysanoptera in which there is no ovipositor and the terminal segments of abdomen are tubular. 🔊

2. He feels as amateurish as if he were to operate on the abdomen without knowing its anatomy. 🔊

3. The abdomen is marbled with yellowish and white flecks, and is hairy at the end. 🔊

4. Its abdomen is unusually short, and the reticulations of the wings are large and simple. 🔊

5. The abdomen contains the ovipositor; sometimes, as in the bees and wasps, forming a sting. 🔊

6. The female protrudes the front part of her body between the segments of the abdomen of her host, as represented in our figure. 🔊

7. A weaver was obliged to quit his profession, from the pressure on the abdomen which it required, occasioning the paroxysms. 🔊

8. Only here and there one begged for water, and these men were usually wounded in the abdomen where not even water could be given. 🔊

9. Abdominal groove: the concave lobe of the inner margin of secondaries enveloping the abdomen beneath, in some butterflies. 🔊

10. Median segment: applied to the basal segment of the abdomen when it forms part of the metathorax: see propodeum. 🔊