Definition of 'dissection'
Example sentences containing 'dissection'
"The engineer's calm, condescending dissection of my proposals, all delivered in the flat, nasal tones of the Mancunian, enraged me.ANTI-ICE (2002)
There were three high, metal dissection tables in the room, and the central one was occupied.NIGHT SISTERS (2002)
The smell of formaldehyde was one I knew well from post-school lunch dissection classes with unlucky newts and frogs.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
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