oral cavity oral cavity


  • (n) the opening through which food is taken in and vocalizations emerge



  1. The severe blunt force injuries, the hanging position, and the obstruction of the oral cavity with a gag contributed to this individual's death.
  2. Nineteen afflict the skin, 13 concern the oral cavity, eight visit the digestive tract.
  3. To most Chinese, the oral cavity of the late Marshal Wu Pei-fu, poet, puppet-reject, warlord extraordinary, was a wonder.


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