Origin of lachrymal
OTHER WORDS FROM lachrymalpost·lach·ry·mal, adjective
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How to use lachrymal in a sentence
Tears were a reflex response of the lachrymal glands to these events.
The last-named are often mistaken for spring onions by those who come too near with their lachrymal nerves.
You would scarcely judge the sincerity of a mourner's sorrow by the copiousness of flow from his lachrymal glands?The Incendiary|W. A. (William Augustine) Leahy
This is accompanied by pain and swelling in the lachrymal region.
Does the orbicularis press against, and so directly stimulate, the lachrymal gland?More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II|Charles Darwin
(e) The lachrymal sac and conjunctiva should be free from all signs of inflammation (see p. 181).