Definition of incision :
1. Separation or solution of viscid matter by medicines.
2. That which is produced by incising; the separation of the parts of any substance made by a cutting or pointed instrument; a cut; a gash.
3. The act of incising, or cutting into a substance.
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disjunction (part of speech: noun)
cut, split, alienation, break, segregation, disengagement, dissociation, disarticulation, part, disassociation, partition, cleavage, disintegration, detachment, amputation, disunity, dissection, divorce, fissure, rent, division, disassembly, separation, bisection, disconnection, slice
notch (part of speech: noun)
groove (part of speech: noun)
- The bark is the part which produces it and the following extractive process is employed in Madras: a vertical incision is made in the trunk and lateral incisions perpendicular to it and a receptacle is placed at the foot of the tree. - "The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines", T. H. Pardo de Tavera.
- So that, thanks to a small incision I am about to make, I can soon get rid of the bolt. - "The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin, Gentleman-Burglar", Maurice Leblanc.
- One bold incision from the uppermost limit of the swelling down to the coronary margin of the wall is usually sufficient. - "Diseases of the Horse's Foot", Harry Caulton Reeks.