Monthly sanguineous discharges have been observed among many monkeys.
The passenger, who was a plethoric, sanguineous man, felt as if he were stifling.
The passenger, who was a plethoric, sanguineous man felt as if he were stifling.
Traces of inflammation and discoloration by sanguineous staining are traceable on the pleural surfaces.
Here the biliary organs are brought into a constant and a morbid action, while the sanguineous system is weak and irregular.
The phagocytes are numerous in the sanguineous fluid, but are still six hundred and fifty times less so than the red corpuscles.
A red lamp on the water seemed to be watching him with a sanguineous eye.
The kidneys were found enlarged and congested, with evident signs of sanguineous stasis.
The endocardium is often blotched to a greater or less extent by sanguineous imbibition.
Nervous excitability seldom prevails in the sanguineous constitution, where muscular masses are pronounced in athletic forms.
sanguineous san·guin·e·ous (sāng-gwĭn'ē-əs)
Of or relating to blood; bloody.