- tissue + -ed (Wiktionary)
“It all started when my vein was "tissued" - my IV tube slipped out of the vein and the medicine was pumped into the tissue by mistake.”
“Clad in a rosy-tissued and flowing house gown, she again reminded Saxon of a flower.”
“It is only the hardiest and cleverest of students who can salvage the sonnet from this many-tissued package.”
“When merchandise arrives, it's tissued and neatly packaged in one of the retailer's signature gift boxes.”
“Which brings up endless scenarios of weather, air pollution, and even a raging smallpox epidemic affecting changes to the epithelial surface and tissued structure of buildings.”
“The happy do not feel poverty — for delight is as a gold-tissued robe, and crowns them with priceless gems.”
“I seemed at last approaching the insensibility which had always been beyond my reach: but a delectable land: for one born so slug-tissued that nothing this side fainting would let his spirit free.”
“Winged momentarily on bits of tissued flame, threaded with blood, the bats had flickered”
“Yea, everything ran with sunshine, as we are full of blood, and plants are tissued from green-gold, glistening sap.”
“Later that day, another nurse tissued another vein.”
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