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sup·pu·rate

(sŭp'yŭ-rāt),
To form pus.
[L. sup-puro (subp-), pp. -atus, to form pus (pur), pus]

suppurate

(sŭp′yə-rāt′)
intr.v. suppu·rated, suppu·rating, suppu·rates
To form or discharge pus.

suppurate

[sup′yərāt]
Etymology: L, suppurare, to form pus
to produce purulent matter. suppuration, n., suppurative, adj.

sup·pu·rate

(sŭp'yŭr-āt)
To form pus.
[L. sup-puro (subp-), pp. -atus, to form pur, pus]

Suppurate

To produce or discharge pus.
Mentioned in: Empyema

sup·pu·rate

(sŭp'yŭr-āt)
To form pus.
[L. sup-puro (subp-), pp. -atus, to form pur, pus]

suppurate

produce pus.
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To investigate more precisely the anaerobic microflora and to decipher whether nonculturable species could be associated with HS lesions, we performed a metagenomic study on 6 consecutive samples including 1 Hurley stage 1 abscess and 5 chronic suppurating lesions.
By supporting tyrants, fuelling the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and demonising democratically elected Islamist parties, the West in general, but specifically America, has incubated a region inherently resistant to economic and political reform, and suppurating with resentment.
Through it we see another layer, a sheer stretched stocking, and through that, a newsprint photograph of Birmingham police attacking civil rights demonstrators, the reproduction etiolated as if it, in turn, opened onto a suppurating wound, an endless punctum.
He puts two hundred shillings into the hand of the woman with the baby, though he notices the scabs on the baby's mouth and its suppurating eyes.
After six weeks, dog 8 developed a suppurating tract due to the development of osteomylitis.
No, it'll be just another temporary plaster over the nation's suppurating sores.
Suppurating charm, White wooed her with elaborate gentlemanly decorum, then drugged and raped her.
Mr Saleh has been a master of this, constantly applying bandages without tending to the suppurating wounds underneath.
In the event, the piece is more like a fractured representation of an open and suppurating wound.
On virtually every page, Huysmans explores the phenomenon of immersion and dissolution; dirty baths in which suppurating invalids and menstruating women plunge their bodies, small candles lit by the poor that melt into a towering, amorphous wax offering illumined by many.
Local factors such as halitosis caused by necrotic suppurating tissues can attract the flies.
However, an expert on such matters might judge that a suppurating pimple on the tender regions of the inner left thigh runs it a close second - while a swarm of dyspeptic wasps in a bubble car puffs in not far behind.