verb (used with object), tis·sued, tis·su·ing.
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Origin of tissue
OTHER WORDS FROM tissuetis·su·al, adjectivetis·su·ey, adjectivein·ter·tis·sued, adjectiveun·tis·sued, adjective
Words nearby tissue
Example sentences from the Web for tissue
That means there’s a risk of T-cells targeting the wrong cells and causing serious damage to healthy tissue.
The tissue, which carries genes for color spliced in by scientists at Australia’s scientific research agency, CSIRO, is only the first step, but it’s a promising one.Scientists Gene-Hack Cotton Plants to Make Them Every Color of the Rainbow|Jason Dorrier|August 11, 2020|Singularity Hub
As light enters our eyes, it first heads through a tough outer tissue called the cornea.
Certain environments can provide the right conditions to preserve soft tissues, she says.Fossil discoveries suggest the earliest dinosaurs laid soft-shelled eggs|Jack J. Lee|June 24, 2020|Science News
Building new tissue isn’t the only thing the technology can do.Scientists 3D Printed Ears Inside Living Mice Using Light|Shelly Fan|June 9, 2020|Singularity Hub
She dabbed them with a tissue and continued without ceremony.
Medical personnel were expecting Rondin on Monday at Filatov Institute of Eye Diseases and Tissue Therapy.
Seven assigned to this task filled each stadium section and also handed out flats of tissue packets.Rwanda Remembers 100 Days of Terror on Genocide’s 20th Anniversary|Nina Strochlic|April 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Otherwise they have to go elsewhere for tissue flaps and movement of large chunks of dissected flesh from here to there.What the Man With No Ass Crack Can Teach Darwinists and Creationists|Kent Sepkowitz|January 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Butters kept staring, stone still, the tissue box perfectly balanced.
Crepe or tissue streamers of different colors, including no red or blue, for wall.Aria da Capo|Edna St. Vincent Millay
If the tissue is occupied by many cysts, the whole breast had better be removed.
Their comparisons were monotonous, and their scenes bare, stereotyped arabesques, not woven into the tissue of lyric feeling.
With his skin he breathed, his bones and tissue ran with glorious heat.Incredible Adventures|Algernon Blackwood
Aristotle, therefore, came very near our conception of tissue.Form and Function|E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell