She collects all these fragments and mixes them with choice loam in the spots where the sanies abounds.
Does the insect collect resin impaired by the weather, soiled by the sanies of rotten wood?
They want something different: a wounded, a dying grub; a corpse dissolving into sanies.
I expected to see them putrefying, running into sanies, like corpses left to rot in the open air.
Every living creature has a humour, blood or sanies, the loss of which produces death.
Can the worm, constantly floundering in the sanies of a carcass, be itself in danger of inoculation by that whereon it grows fat?
The whole mass of the kernel, therefore, is strongly impregnated with sanies.
The matter is hardly a thick pus, as in the common sort, but a thinner kind of sanies.
Empima (empyema) is the hawking-up of sanies, with infection of the lung and a sanious habit.
sanies sa·ni·es (sā'nē-ēz')
n. pl. sanies
A thin, fetid, blood-tinged fluid consisting of serum and pus discharged from a wound, an ulcer, or a fistula.