Examples from the Web for occlusion
Towards the end his faculties now and then were a little dimmed; but the occlusion carried compensation with it.Highways & Byways in Sussex|E.V. Lucas
The temperature at which this occlusion will take place can be determined by the screw in the lateral arm.
Occlusion of the left posterior cerebral artery causes extensive softening of the occipital lobe and produces pure word blindness.
There is in the economy of nature a provision made to overcome the resistance of occlusion.Tin Foil and Its Combinations for Filling Teeth|Henry L. Ambler
In occlusion of the gut by compression and traction the cause should be found, and, if possible, removed.
British Dictionary definitions for occlusion
Word Origin and History for occlusion
1640s, from Medieval Latin occlusionem (nominative occlusio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin occludere (see occlude). Dentistry sense is from 1880.