Examples of pus in a Sentence
Pus oozed from the cat's injured ear.
Recent Examples of pus from the Web
The researchers discovered that people generally rated infected wounds producing pus as most disgusting.
Prescott's daughter suffered a nasty, red burn with an oozing, yellow pus center on her arm.
The sacs can fill with fluid or pus, causing a cough, fever, chills, and difficulty breathing, the Mayo Clinic says.
An infection can cause abscesses (pockets of pus surrounded by inflamed tissue) to form throughout the buttocks.
Over 10 million people have viewed the prodding and pulling, as one person extracts pus from the ear using a pair of tweezers.
Symptoms begin with pus-like discharge from the eyes, coughing, fevers and lethargy.
Building a Baseline For Muneza, his first task was scouring previous giraffe studies for any reference to the telltale signs of the disease: those lesions that sometimes ooze blood or pus.
The poor little thing, one side of his face was nothing but blood and pus and swollen and bruised.
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PUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pus for English Language Learners
medical : a thick, yellowish substance that is produced when a part of the body or a wound becomes infected
PUS Defined for Kids
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