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  • verb Present participle of autopsy.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “Phillips is autopsying her, and he photocopied me a rough chart based on his exterior exam.”

    CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Skin Deep

  • Some decry the practice of autopsying the dead as "state-sponsored terrorism."

    Angel Pantoja Medina, Dead, Stands for Three-Day Wake

  • COOPER: Also, the news that they're going to be autopsying all of the minors -- from an autopsy, what can they determine about the time of death, the cause of death -- I mean, how much information can they glean?

    CNN Transcript Jan 4, 2006

  • We are actually autopsying every person who was in a nursing home or every person who was in a hospital, who was recovering from the hospital, not just in a hospital.

    CNN Transcript Oct 10, 2005

  • Even the tekkies who had been busy autopsying the thing had stopped, were staring at the two men.

    The Kaisho

  • Media have spent four years autopsying his behavior that season and in Sestriere -- the late nights out during the Games, the dismissive, mean-spirited answers to relatively innocent questions.

    SI.com

  • Twice in my career, I have discovered unsuspected gunshot wounds while autopsying alleged victims of traffic accidents.

    Durangoherald.com

  • Wildlife monitor the fish's progress and are now autopsying the three that have died so far.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • University of Chicago pediatric neurologist Dr. Peter Huttenlocher has chronicled this extraordinary epoch in brain development by autopsying the brains of infants and young children who have died unexpectedly.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • I want you to set up an examining room and start autopsying the bodies. "

    Wraithbait

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