Esophagus [noun]

Definition of Esophagus:

vocal organs

Synonyms of Esophagus:

Opposite/Antonyms of Esophagus:


Sentence/Example of Esophagus:

So, the reason I “got into” making gravy was I had to follow a strict soft food diet for a couple months this summer after scorching my esophagus.

Through the mouth the animal ejects a part of the esophagus and envelops its prey, which is often of considerable size.

The food that is swallowed passes down the esophagus and enters the stomach.

Close to its posterior end the esophagus gives off three food reservoirs, two above and a single larger one below.

The respiratory system is represented by the anlage of the lungs, a longitudinal protrusion of the ventral wall of the esophagus.

In the same way American usage prefers esophagus, diarrhea and gonorrhea to the English oesophagus, diarrhoea and gonorrhoea.

At first too much force should not be used, or the esophagus will be ruptured.

Like all gases it ascends, and so passes out of the esophagus in prayer and psalmody.

Your heart's in the old place, isn't it—at the end of your esophagus?

They may compress the esophagus and interfere with swallowing.