Definition of Buccinators

1. Noun. (plural of buccinator) ¹



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Definition of Buccinators

1. buccinator [n] - See also: buccinator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Buccinators

buccaneer
buccaneered
buccaneering
buccaneerish
buccaneers
buccaning
buccans
bucchero
buccina
buccinal
buccinas
buccinator
buccinator crest
buccinator muscle
buccinator nerve
buccinators (current term)
buccinoid
buccinum
bucco-
bucco-occlusal angle
buccoaxial
buccoaxiocervical
buccoaxiogingival
buccocervical
buccocervical ridge
buccoclusal
buccodistal
buccogingival
buccogingival ridge

Literary usage of Buccinators

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1. The Elements of Anatomy by Jones Quain (1837)
"The buccinators also contract and compress the cheeks; this power is brought into play when any substance becomes lodged in the interval between them and ..."

2. Lectures on diseases of the nervous system by Jerome Keating Bauduy (1876)
"The buccinators have nothing to do with the trouble in this case; for, although part of the facial nerve becomes involved in the disease, ..."

3. The Senses and the Intellect by Alexander Bain (1874)
"The buccinators also contract and compress the cheeks; this power is brought into play when any substance becomes lodged in the interval between them and ..."

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