- v. present participle of syringe.
“Pants-down, bent over in the on-deck circle, with a bat-boy syringing his butt, and the crowd going nuts?”
“I can change the color of my eyes by looking at the sun or by syringing nail polish into my eyes.”
“She was syringing the plants one wet day in the greenhouse.”
“This will involve my syringing said orifice with warm water and epsom salts twice a day.”
“There were usually a few tetanus jabs, and so forth, to be done first thing, followed by routine urine tests and the occasional ear syringing or wounds that needed dressing.”
“Nick came into the treatment-room one day when she was syringing a child's ears, and he waited until she had finished, reading through the leaflets on display.”
“Before long, I found a case of severe suppuration of the middle ear, in which, even after continuous cold syringing, there was no nystagmus reaction.”
“One of my patients, whose ears I was syringing, said to me: Doctor, I only get giddy when the water is not warm enough.”
“Among my patients there were many who required syringing of the ears.”
“After stimulation of the semi-circular canal, i.e. after syringing of the right ear with cold water, a normal subject will not be able to touch the doctor's finger, but will pass it on the right.”
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