cicatrice


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cicatrice

(ˈsɪkətrɪs)
n
another word for cicatrix
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cicatrice - a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissuecicatrice - a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissue
symptom - (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
callus - bony tissue formed during the healing of a fractured bone
cheloid, keloid - raised pinkish scar tissue at the site of an injury; results from excessive tissue repair
pockmark - a scar or pit on the skin that is left by a pustule of smallpox or acne or other eruptive disease
sword-cut - a scar from a cut made by a sword
vaccination - the scar left following inoculation with a vaccine
References in classic literature ?
She touched his hand as she scanned the red cicatrice on the inside of his white wrist.
He stared with an almost comical seriousness at his bald forehead, and pointed to a three-cornered cicatrice, long healed, but still discernible.
L'evolution a ete marquee par la recidive tumorale sur la cicatrice de lombotomie apres 3 mois.
6) Partant d'une perspective tres differente (une lecture de la fonction symbolique du corps chez Chabert), Jean-Marie Roulin arrive a une conclusion proche de la notre lorsqu'il interprete de cette maniere la cicatrice qui distingue le heros: "The seam designates the individual in its most personal part (his blood) and, because it provides a mixture of blood, also represents a collective" (29).
It's hard to see Bright skin of water prickling in wind as Cicatrice.
As Claudius notes: "since yet thy cicatrice looks raw and red"(IV.
Though the running time of Desertshore is barely thirty minutes, it has an expansive, cinematic quality, and in fact several of its songs appear in Philippe Garrel's 1972 film La Cicatrice interieure, as do Nico and her then-nine-year-old son, An.
questi detti correnti e proverbi sembrano tanti sfogatoi del dolore, dell'ira, del dispetto umano; sembrano frasi-cerotto e proverbi-taffetta; basta pronunziarli perche acquietino e cancellino il dolore; e molto se lasciano qualche cicatrice (L'Arte di Persuadere 50).
D'un tratto abbandona le sue attivita e cammina in avanti con lo sguardo fisso, finche uno stacco mostra l'oggetto del suo sguardo: e uno specchio, nel cui riflesso vediamo la protagonista scostarsi i capelli, scoprendo a se stessa e allo spettatore una cicatrice sulla fronte.
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The Top End is a region of the symbolic wound where (circumcision and ritual cicatrice apart) people perform self-immolation as they register grief attendant on death or as women cut their heads at a boy's initiation (grieving as they yield each boy-child up to the world of men).
Cayman Breeze is weighted to beat Brave Chief judged on his unlucky run last time, course winner Cicatrice should strip fitter for his recent Goodwood outing after four months off, and Brendan's Surprise deserves extra credit for his second when gambled on at Brighton three days ago as he took a wide route.