One trembles for a creature so weak; even the polypus though not less soft is less in danger.
It sounds as if she had a chronic cold or a polypus in her nose—by buther was a Greek.
A child with functional disturbances of the bowels accompanied with frequent hemorrhages should be examined for polypus.
A polypus may sometimes be removal by the forceps or better by the snare.
It builds, organises, completes, and is thus the antithesis of that polypus in music which Wagner calls unending melody.
It was like a polypus which multiplies itself by generation.
In such cases the pedicle of the polypus should be cleanly cut through by the snare—so-called excision.
The same hand that has formed the polypus and the worm, has shewn us that it is able to simplify the structure of animals.
His polypus is probably Octopus vulgaris, but it is rarely met with on the Norfolk coast.
The Pinna is fastened by its hinges to the rock, and is itself a prey to a most wily creature, the polypus octopodia.
polypus pol·y·pus (pŏl'ə-pəs)
n. pl. pol·y·pi (-pī')