Origin of maceration
Examples from the Web for maceration
Historical Examples of maceration
He prayed, fasted, went through a course of maceration of the body.A History of the Reformation (Vol. 2 of 2)
Thomas M. Lindsay
Fleshy coverings of hard and bony seeds may be removed by maceration.The Nursery Book
Liberty Hyde Bailey
The maceration of different portions of the skeleton is produced by water.History of Embalming
J. N. Gannal
We obtained them in enormous abundance in a maceration of fish.
For the production of the huile and pomade they are treated by maceration.
late 15c., from Latin macerationem (nominative maceratio), noun of action from past participle stem of macerare (see macerate).