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Clot  v. t.  To form into, or cover with, clots; to cause to coagulate; to make into a slimy mass.

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"Clot" Quotes from Famous Books

... made me quake to see Such sense within the slain! But when I touch'd the lifeless clay, The blood gush'd out amain! For every clot, a burning spot Was scorching in ...
— English Songs and Ballads • Various

... just vacated. "And whosoever wishes to stop the manufacture of malgamite will need to stop that brain," he said, with a soft laugh. "Of course there is a risk attached to burning that paper," he continued, after a pause. "My brain may go—a little clot of blood no bigger than a pin's head, and the greatest brain on earth is so much pulp! It may be worth some one's while to kill me. It is so often worth some one's while to kill somebody else, even at a considerable risk—but the courage is ...
— Roden's Corner • Henry Seton Merriman

... body be in this world as a clot of earth, it is needful that our spirit which was bought with the dear-worthy blood of GOD Almighty be with mind and will in heaven, not soil itself here with sin, as swine do in a ditch. And whatsoever thou doest, and wheresoever thou ...
— The Form of Perfect Living and Other Prose Treatises • Richard Rolle of Hampole

... nobles of the four grand provinces of Erin." "A pity it is, O Ferdiad," said Cuchulain; "not on the counsel of all the men and women in the world would I desert thee or would I do thee harm. And almost would it make a clot of gore of my heart to ...
— The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Tain Bo Cualnge • Unknown

... psychological analysis is now so adequate and the anatomical localization so far advanced that the physicians have sufficient basis for their diagnosis, and make inferences looking toward treatment. Many cases of tumour, of clot on the brain, of local pressure from the skull, and of haemorrhage or stopping up of the blood vessels in a limited area, have been cured through the indications given by the particular forms and degrees of aphasia shown by the patients. The skull is opened at the place indicated by ...
— The Story of the Mind • James Mark Baldwin

... and the beams fell upon a long figure half raised upon an elbow. The figure was turned toward the light and stared unknowing at Dick and the Southerner. There was a great clot of blood upon his right breast and shoulder, but it ...
— The Sword of Antietam • Joseph A. Altsheler

Words linked to "Clot" :   clump, change state, glob, alter, curdle, clabber, clotting, blood clot, chunk, coagulate, thrombus, clod, embolus, clot buster, coagulum, homogenise

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