Words nearby adenoids
How to use adenoids in a sentence
Sometimes it's Snapper and sometimes it's Klick; I don't know which is which, but one of them has adenoids.
"I am sure any physician would say that Brindle's adenoids should be removed," commented Dum from the back seat.Vacation with the Tucker Twins|Nell Speed
If they are mouth breathers because they have adenoids, these must be removed.Psychotherapy|James J. Walsh
Foreign bodies must be removed, adenoids taken out, large tonsils excised, and malformations of the nasal bones operated upon.
We must therefore regard the presence of adenoids as a serious menace to the health and comfort of the patient.
Scientific definitions for adenoids
Cultural definitions for adenoids
Two masses of tissue at the junction of the nose and throat, which, like the tonsils, function in the lymphatic system. They help filter out harmful microorganisms that can cause infection. Continually swollen adenoids may interfere with breathing and affect speech.