Remove the cover-slip from the cell by the aid of the forceps.
With forceps and retractors he spread open the massive incision.
The general indications for the use of the forceps are two: 1.
The dentist peered at it, inserted his forceps and set to work.
In a few moments the thread is cold, and if the forceps be compressed, this thread will bend.
They had to leap out of the water to take the food from the forceps.
So Fisher took up the forceps, and clattered around amongst Ellen's sound white teeth.
The weights and forceps should always be replaced in the weight box.
Mr Trump went on systematically inserting the forceps, without paying any attention to the excitement of the other.
Was there a forceps for extracting calculus from the bladder?
forceps for·ceps (fôr'səps, -sěps)
n. pl. forceps
An instrument resembling a pair of pincers, used for grasping, manipulating, or extracting, especially in surgery.
Either of two bands of white fibers composing the radiation of the corpus callosum to the cerebrum.