Origin of dissection
Related formsre·dis·sec·tion, nounself-dis·sec·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for dissection
Why the fascination, dissection, and constant conversation anytime Beyoncé or any female celebrity changes her hair?The Outrage Over Beyonce’s Bettie Page Bangs: Why the Media Must Stop Objectifying Women|Phoebe Robinson|October 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I would go to dissection classes, cut up a human cadaver, and then go home and write about what I had learned and felt.Doctors Can Write More Than Prescriptions: The Best Books by Doctors|Gabriel Weston|August 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
[Laughs] I was guy who was always looking in things in jars and blood on dissection tables.Vampires without Glitter or Girl Problems: Inside Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Strain’|Andrew Romano|July 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It premiered on a fall TV slate that was overly primed for think pieces and dissection.
His most “enjoyable” book, Front Row, was a dissection of Vogue high priestess Anna Wintour.
On dissection, the third eye will be found lying immediately beneath the skin; it has a lens, retina, and optic nerve.The Dawn of Reason|James Weir
The scalpel, during the dissection of the muscles, met with granulations which blunted the edge of the instrument.Animal Parasites and Messmates|P. J. Van Beneden
This process is adopted at Clamart for all the dead bodies destined for dissection.History of Embalming|J. N. Gannal
Why has not some biographer, curious in the dissection of human vanity, written the real life of Doddington?
I have found the caustic of little use in incised wounds, and should not employ it except in such wounds received in dissection.