As nearly always happens with gunshot wounds, a suppurating fever had declared itself.
The eyeball was suppurating, and the temperature rose to 99° at night.
Following his system, we shall recognise three forms: Dry, moist, suppurating.
There is still one syringing which we may notice—that of suppurating ears.
"We treat wounds that are suppurating here," he said pleasantly.
I have used it with gratifying success in all suppurating wounds.
From the absorption of the matter from venereal ulcers and suppurating bones.
There would have been abundant cause to fear the Jews, if they had been permitted to probe the suppurating wounds.
It may thus occur as a sequel to quittor, complicated sand-crack, suppurating corn, and punctured wounds of the feet.
Beneficial in some cases of leucorrhœa with discharge bright yellow, as from a suppurating surface.
suppurate sup·pu·rate (sŭp'yə-rāt')
v. sup·pu·rat·ed, sup·pu·rat·ing, sup·pu·rates
To form or discharge pus.