- characterized by the discharge of sanies.
Origin of sanious
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It has a discharge from the eyes, and a fetid, sanious discharge from the nose.
The skin assumes a macerated appearance, and is kept moist by the presence of a sanious discharge from the ulcerated surface.Sheep, Swine, and Poultry
These pustules break, discharging a thin, sanious fluid, leaving minute ulcers in their places.
It may be seen through the anterior nares, and may be attended with a sanious discharge from the nose.
Empima (empyema) is the hawking-up of sanies, with infection of the lung and a sanious habit.Gilbertus Anglicus</p>
Henry Ebenezer Handerson
- Of or relating to sanies.
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