Definitions

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  • n. One who, or that which, cauterizes.

Etymologies

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cauterize +‎ -er

Examples

  • He nodded for the next three trocars to be inserted: a pincer, a wand and a cauterizer.

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  • Within moments the doctor was back and instructing the nurse to go find a cauterizer.

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  • I think to take my mind off what had just been done, he showed me his little cauterizer and explained how it worked that that it was like a little solder iron.

    2005 December | A Slice of My Life

  • She thought about trying to conjure a biobed, but it took too much energy for her to bring forth a simple tool like the cauterizer.

    No Limits

  • As they divide the liver, McGilvray and Zogopoulos close off the tiny ducts, arteries and veins with a cauterizer - a tool that seals tissue with heat - and metal clips.

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  • The butt doctor used an electronic laser cauterizer to close up the wounds

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