Although these two orifices are within the same rim, I could not ascertain that there is the slightest connection with each other.
There is not a trace of murmur to be found in connection with the valves and orifices.
Body more or less globular, membranous, attached or free; orifices on very contractile tubes.
There were orifices in the bottom about which the insects were humming in great numbers.
A second bath is given to the corpse, and then the nine orifices of the body are closed with cotton or cloth.
The shape of the orifices and the surface condition of the partition showed this, if proof were necessary.
Four groups of spinnerets: upper groups with five or six orifices; lower groups, three or four.
It has the advantage of fifty orifices in his bill, through which he occasionally sings melodious songs to oblige the company.
Considering the number and size of the orifices in roof and wall we thought this would be excess of caution.
Sometimes it mounts the pharynx and reaches the orifices of the Eustachian tubes.
orifice or·i·fice (ôr'ə-fĭs)
An opening, especially to a cavity or passage of the body; a mouth or vent.