noun, plural au·top·sies.
verb (used with object), au·top·sied, au·top·sy·ing.
Origin of autopsy
Examples from the Web for autopsied
Schubert discovered that Chavez had been autopsied, and a sample of his blood was still in evidence.
“I originally assumed they autopsied people in San Quentin,” says Burke.
She might be told to lie about her age, and she even might be shown dead, autopsied bodies at the morgue.Secrets of an Underage Model: Prostitution, Money in New Film ‘Girl Model’|Anna Klassen|September 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Gihuwisan únà ang minatay únà dad-a sa punirarya, The body was autopsied before it was brought to the funeral parlor.A Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan|John U. Wolff
British Dictionary definitions for autopsied
noun plural -sies
Word Origin for autopsy
Word Origin and History for autopsied
1650s, "an eye-witnessing," from Modern Latin autopsia, from Greek autopsia "a seeing with one's own eyes," from autos- "self" (see auto-) + opsis "a sight" (see eye (n.)). Sense of "dissection of a body to determine cause of death" is first recorded 1670s, probably from the same sense in French autopsie (1570s).