Definition of Bunions

1. Noun. (plural of bunion) ¹



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Definition of Bunions

1. bunion [n] - See also: bunion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bunions

bungo
bungpagga
bungs
bungstarter
bungstarters
bungy
bungy jumping
bungy jumpings
bunia
buniah
buniahs
buniak
bunias
bunion
bunionectomy
bunions (current term)
bunitrolol 4-hydroxylase
bunjara
bunjaras
bunje
bunjee
bunjees
bunjes
bunji-bunji
bunjie
bunjies
bunjy
bunk
bunk-up
bunk bed

Literary usage of Bunions

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1846)
"A Treatise on Corns, bunions, and the Diseases of Nails, and the general Management of the Feet. By LEWIS DURLACHER, Surgeon Chiropodist (by special ..."

2. The Practice of surgery by James Gregory Mumford (1914)
"bunions; INGROWING NAILS; CORNS; AND WARTS union.—Bunion is a condition frequently associated with hallex Hallex valgus, an extreme deformity and outward ..."

3. A Manual for the Practice of Surgery by Thomas Bryant (1884)
"Bursal swellings are to be treated as bunions. Soft corns are best treated by taking away pressure by means of the introduction between the toes of ..."

4. The Works of Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie: ... with an Autobiography by Benjamin Brodie, Charles Hawkins (1865)
"... ON CORNS AND bunions. IT cannot be doubted that the physical condition of man is on the whole much improved by civilisation. ..."

5. Household Surgery; Or, Hints on Emergencies by John Flint South (1850)
"( ) bunions. YOUNG ladies and gentlemen, for the sake of making their feet small and pretty, ... If in the instep, it does not so much matter as to bunions ..."

6. The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine (1845)
"London, 1845. Simpkin, Marshall & Co. SOME medical men may affect to despise so humble a branch of the healing art as the treatment of Corns and bunions. ..."

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