antrotympanic an·tro·tym·pan·ic (ān’trō-tĭm-pān’ĭk)
Relating to the mastoid antrum and the tympanic cavity.
antrotomy antrotomy an·trot·o·my (ān-trŏt’ə-mē) n. Incision through the wall of an antrum.
- Antrum of highmore
antrum of highmore antrum of Highmore n. See maxillary sinus.
any of numerous black, red, brown, or yellow social insects of the family Formicidae, of worldwide distribution especially in warm climates, having a large head with inner jaws for chewing and outer jaws for carrying and digging, and living in highly organized colonies containing wingless female workers, a winged queen, and, during breeding seasons, winged […]
- Ants in one’s pants, have
Be extremely restless, uneasy, impatient, or anxious, as in This child just can’t sit still; she must have ants in her pants. This rhyming idiom calls up a vivid image of what might cause one to be jumpy. [ ; 1920s ] Be eager for sexual activity, as in Bill’s got ants in his pants […]