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### Definition of Cuspal

**1.** cusp [adj] - See also: cusp

### Medical Definition of Cuspal

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Cuspal

### Literary usage of Cuspal

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**1.** *A Treatise on Infinitesimal Calculus: Containing Differential and Integral* by Bartholomew Price (1889)

"There are evidently four such **cuspal** points, all lying in the plane of (z, a?
... The geometrical properties of the **cuspal** points may be investigated ..."**2.** *The Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal* by William Whewell, Duncan Farquharson Gregory, Robert Leslie Ellis, William Thomson Kelvin, Norman Macleod Ferrers (1847)

"... the **cuspal** points of each pair of the latter lines being equal in number and
coinciding with the points of contact of the corresponding pair of the ..."**3.** *The Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal* (1847)

"... the **cuspal** points of each pair of the latter lines being equal in number and
coinciding with the points of contact of the corresponding pair of the ..."**4.** *Dental Amalgam: A Scientific Review & Recommended Public Health Service ...edited by James S. Benson* edited by James S. Benson (1999)

"It is believed that these inlays weaken the tooth and may lead to **cuspal**
fracture (Norman, 1991). Therefore, onlays or crowns that cover and protect the ..."**5.** *Mathematical Questions and Solutions* by W. J. C. Miller (1882)

"The two aforesaid general properties become manifestly transformed by reciprocation
into the following :—viz., Two variable tangents to a tri- **cuspal** plane ..."**6.** *Applied Orthodontia: An Introductory Text for Students and Practitioners of* by James David McCoy (1922)

"... influence of their **cuspal** relations, aided greatly in maintaining the normal
mesio-distal relations of the arches. AB Fio. 182. ..."