veinous

Related to veinous: venous

veinous

(ˈveɪnəs)
adj
having veins; veiny
References in classic literature ?
Her manner was one of passionate grief; by turns she clasped her veinous and knotted hands together with wild energy, and laid one of them on the carriage-door --tenderly, caressingly, as if it had been a human breast, and could be expected to feel the appealing touch.
He sat down on a chair that stood before the fire, and covered his forehead with his large brown veinous hands.
As the excellent old gentleman's nails are long and leaden, and his hands lean and veinous, and his eyes green and watery; and, over and above this, as he continues, while he claws, to slide down in his chair and to collapse into a shapeless bundle, he becomes such a ghastly spectacle, even in the accustomed eyes of Judy, that that young virgin pounces at him with something more than the ardour of affection and so shakes him up and pats and pokes him in divers parts of his body, but particularly in that part which the science of self-defence would call his wind, that in his grievous distress he utters enforced sounds like a paviour's rammer.
Images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot reveal "a tangle of dark, veinous clouds weaving their way through a massive crimson oval," (https://www.
After Isabella's death Dan and his wife, Jade, 35, started the campaign "Justice for Isabella Hope" which saw the introduction of national guidelines for the use of Universal Veinous Catheter (UVC) in neonatal babies across England and Wales.
The nine-year-old was born with the rare disorder, which affects her foot, leg, veinous and lymphatic system and has required constant pain medication and more than 20 procedures.
Approximately 1 mL/chicken of ulnar veinous blood was collected in anticoagulant coated tubes and stored at-20[degrees]C.
The myth in India is that EPTB can be magically picked up by peripheral veinous blood.
Intraumbilical veinous injection oxytocin in the active management of third stage of labour.
Kemp's barrister Adrian Waterman QC stressed that there was significant disagreement among the various experts involved in the case, including those consulted by the prosecution, about what it was that caused the tragic decline and later death of Corinthian, whether it was an assault or a rare, but not unknown, spontaneous veinous thrombosis.
This has dramatically changed the investigation and the treatment of veinous disease, with the introduction of the echo-guided sclerosing injection in 1988," explained Dr.