She must anatomise and skin you, absolutely lay your feelings bare.
Decompose me, anatomise me; you will find that I am constituted like the rest.
But anatomise it, and you find four lungs, two hearts, and two stomachs.
His intellect was electrical: it struck before they had time to anatomise it.
Should I anatomise him to you as he is, I must blush and weep, and you must look pale and wonder.
I know well enough what death and pleasure are; let no man give himself the trouble to anatomise them to me.
Keferstein straightway gave him a valuable lizard specimen to anatomise.
His body was given to the surgeons to anatomise, and afterwards exposed to public gaze at the Infirmary.
His collected and calm manner could not prevent her blood from running cold, as he thus tried to anatomise his old condition.
anatomize a·nat·o·mize (ə-nāt'ə-mīz')
v. a·nat·o·mized, a·nat·o·miz·ing, a·nat·o·miz·es
To dissect an animal or other organism to study the structure and relation of the parts.