I still felt like pushing the man's Adam's apple through his medulla oblongata.
So much is to be inferred from the stimulant action of tobacco upon the medulla.
The pith or medulla of the stem and branches of a leguminous tree (a species of Centrolobium) growing in Brazil.
It reduces the librarian to a medulla oblongata, so far as I am able to understand the psychology of the situation.
We chiefly took notice of the medulla Oblongata, this was greatly enlarged, surpassing the usual size by more than one third.
But Toro showed "mucho fuego" before he was so neatly pierced in the medulla.
The hind-brain consists of the usual parts, the medulla oblongata and the cerebellum.
"He is the son of our new neighbor, Mrs. medulla," Bee informed him.
On the right are the two fur-hairs showing the scales and the medulla.
He really is a marvel, and I am sure that Mrs. medulla would like for us to call on them.
hindmost segment of the brain, 1650s, from Latin medulla, literally "marrow," also "pith of plants," of unknown origin, perhaps related to or influenced by medius "middle" (but cf. also Old Irish smiur, Welsh mer "marrow"). The word was used in the Latin senses in Middle English. Related: Medular; medullary.
medulla me·dul·la (mĭ-dŭl'ə)
n. pl. me·dul·las or me·dul·lae (-dŭl'ē)
The inner core of certain organs or body structures, such as the marrow of bone. Also called medullary substance.
Plural medullas or medullae (mĭ-dŭl'ē)