noun, plural u·re·thrae [yoo-ree-three], /yʊˈri θri/, u·re·thras.Anatomy.
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Origin of urethra
OTHER WORDS FROM urethrau·re·thral, adjectivesub·u·re·thral, adjectivetrans·u·re·thral, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH urethraureter, urethra
Example sentences from the Web for urethra
Before passing the catheter, the nurse carefully wipes away the mucus from the urethral orifice.
He had now some ailments that had become chronic,—dyspepsia and a urethral complication, which often caused him intense suffering.William Hickling Prescott|Harry Thurston Peck
These drops are, he states, derived solely from the glands of Littré and the glands of Cowper (urethral and suburethral glands).The Sexual Life of the Child|Albert Moll
The formula used in preparing these Urethral Crayons is one of the finest the great Civiale conceived.Manhood Perfectly Restored|Unknown
And on 9-23-58, report of a urethral discharge sensitivity test.Warren Commission (8 of 26): Hearings Vol. VIII (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy