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autopsy

Definitions of autopsy
a. - Personal observation or examination; seeing with one's own eyes; ocular view. 2
a. - Dissection of a dead body, for the purpose of ascertaining the cause, seat, or nature of a disease; a post-mortem examination. 2

The word "autopsy" uses 7 letters: A O P S T U Y.

Direct anagrams of autopsy:
  payouts

Words formed by adding one letter before or after autopsy (in bold), or to aopstuy in any order:
l -   outplays   r -   outprays  

Shorter words found within autopsy:
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