Examples of pus in a Sentence
Pus oozed from the cat's injured ear.
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If the appendiceal lumen is obstructed, the bacteria that lives in the appendix can multiply and lead to appendicitis, which essentially means having an inflamed appendix that’s filled with pus.
Finally, Lee applies a big glob of hand cream which will eventually be the pus that pops out of the pimple (BRB, gagging again), and covers the whole thing up with more polish.
In 1796, Jenner took pus from a cowpox pustule on the hand of an infected milkmaid and injected it into the arm of an 8-year-old boy.
Everything else — blood clots smaller than golf balls, pus, throbbing pain, burning, itching — I was led to believe was par for the course.
And who hasn’t traded counting sheep for watching pus pour out of a bump during a before-bed Dr. Pimple Popper viewing session?
Creamy, yellow pus practically poured out of the extraction zone and down his cheek.
The text then enjoins the meditator to pay attention to lots of other things—feelings, thoughts, sounds, smells, and much, much more (yes, including pus and blood).
A scan revealed an abscess, a mass of pus that has collected in the body, on Emily’s native kidney, the one left behind.
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