Recent Examples of sinus from the Web
Is there anything worse than sitting down to indulge in a fine meal, only to discover that the gentleman at the next table over has decided to clear his sinuses into a hanky? Unforgivable.
A new DNA blood test can catch a rare but deadly form of cancer that occurs in the sinuses, researchers report.
These vascular sinuses are connected to a network of vessels that extend into the fin, between the bones that make up the fins’ rays.
The heat of your tongue will warm up the sinuses behind your nose and the ganglion.
While Lane noted that snorting chocolate is probably better than snorting illicit drugs, the powder could block sinuses, act as a gateway to other drugs, and—as is the case with any energy product—cause heart palpitations, and raise blood pressure.
Snorting chocolate also has the potential to leave a residue in your nose and sinuses that can be difficult for your body to clear, Dr. Showalter says.
Yes, this spicy mashup will clear out your sinuses, but your stomach and tastebuds will thank you.
Days after returning from the trip, Seitz began complaining of sinus congestion which progressed and later required hospitalization, The Columbus Dispatch reported.
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Origin and Etymology of sinus
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
SINUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sinus for English Language Learners
: any of several spaces in the skull that connect with the nostrils
SINUS Defined for Kids
Definition of sinus for Students
medical Definition of sinus
- a tuberculous sinus
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