American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. Medicine To examine by auscultation.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To listen to; give ear to; specifically, in pathology, to examine by auscultation.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To practice auscultation; to examine by auscultation.
- v. examine by auscultation
- Back-formation from auscultation. (Wiktionary)
- Back-formation from auscultation. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Paramón Paramónitch felt his pulse, looked at his tongue, interrogated him after a fashion, and finally announced that it was indispensably necessary to "auscultate" him.”
“Paramon Paramonitch felt his pulse, looked at his tongue, asked a question, and announced at last that it was absolutely necessary for him to 'auscultate' him.”
“The thinker of today has a great duty — to auscultate civilization.”
“Paramon Paramonitch felt his pulse, looked at his tongue, asked a question, and announced at last that it was absolutely necessary for him to ‘auscultate’ him.”
“Et dixit Lemech uxoribus suis Hada et Silla, Audite vocem meam uxores Lemech, auscultate semonem meum, Quoniam virum occidero in vulnere meo, et adolescentem in livore meo.”
“I wish you to auscultate me," he said, addressing the doctor who entered the room.”
“The medical man proceeded to auscultate his patient.”
“Captain is harassed by an irresistible desire to romance, even on the least promising themes; and it is vastly amusing to observe how he will auscultate, as it were, his auditor's inmost mood, to ascertain whether it is prepared for the absorption of his insidious fibs.”
“Regis auscultate; quia vobis Judicium est, quoniam Laquens facti estis Speculationi et rete expansum super Thabor.”
“Audite hoc Sacerdotes, et attendite Domus Israel, et Domus Regis auscultate; quia vobis Judicium est, quoniam Laquens facti estis Speculationi et rete expansum super Thabor.”
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