In both cases, one of the frequent complications can be the stricture of the urethra.
No stricture can attach to his incompleteness: his life was too short for realisation.
This is least objectionable in cases of stricture close to the meatus.
In chronic cases death occurs from stricture of the œsophagus causing starvation.
The stricture passed will, in fact, be indirect and limited.
In stricture defecation is difficult and painful; in contraction the alvine discharges are painless.
"Sport" such as Briggs's escapes the most "humanitarian" stricture.
They turned her on, but somewhere in the coupled sections of hose a stricture had developed.
She laughed merrily at him because his face showed that he did not appreciate that stricture.
M. M. Put milk into a bladder tied to a canula or catheter; introduce it past the stricture, and press it into the stomach.
c.1400, "abnormal narrowing in a body part," from Late Latin strictura "contraction, constriction," from past participle stem of stringere (2) "to bind or draw tight" (see strain (v.)). Sense of "criticism, critical remark" is first recorded 1650s, perhaps from the other Latin word stringere "to touch lightly" (see strigil).
stricture stric·ture (strĭk'chər)
A circumscribed narrowing of a hollow structure.