Pus

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Pus is a thick, yellowish white fluid substance, like that found in a boil or abscess. It is formed at a place of inflammation and infection, and it's full of germs, blood cells, and tissue debris.

St. Catherine of Siena famously drank a cup of pus to prove her faith in our Lord.


Source

Webster's New American Dictionary

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