verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of vivisect
Examples from the Web for vivisector
Historical Examples of vivisector
It is you who are the vivisector—a far crueller, more wanton vivisector than he.The Philanderer
George Bernard Shaw
Any vivisector would, if he had the courage of his opinions.
Had I known you were a vivisector, I should not only have refused to marry you, I should have declined to associate with you.The Beth Book
A cobra's bite hurts so little that the creature is almost, legally speaking, a vivisector who inflicts no pain.
The object of the sportsman is to kill, and the object of the vivisector is to keep his victim alive while he cuts it up.Experiments on Animals
Word Origin for vivisect
1859, back-formation from vivisection. Related: Vivisected; vivisecting.