Definition of Eversions

1. Noun. (plural of eversion) ¹



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Definition of Eversions

1. eversion [n] - See also: eversion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eversions

everlearning
everlive
everliving
everloving
everlovings
evermore
evermoving
everness
evernic
evernitrose
everolimus
everrunning
evershifting
eversible
eversion
eversions (current term)
eversive
everso
evert
everted
everthang
everting
evertor
evertors
everts
everwhat
everwhere
everwhich
every
every(a)

Literary usage of Eversions

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1. The Popular Science Monthly (1884)
"Some writers attribute it to " vicious eversions of the foot in attempts at polite walking" ; by others it is attributed to overwork. ..."

2. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1884)
"Some writers attribute it to " vicious eversions of the foot in attempts at polite walking" ; by others it is attributed to overwork. ..."

3. Elements of Logic as a Science of Propositions by Emily Elizabeth Constance Jones (1890)
"These may be called Mixed Eductions, or Transversions. Five principal subdivisions of Categorical eversions are recognised, to which the names ..."

4. Text-book of gynecological diagnosis by Georg Winter, Carl Ruge (1909)
"3152), and these eversions may give origin to secondary ... At first the eversions or evaginations are smaller than the original gland ..."

5. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1910)
"The simple erosion has no glands and its origin can hardly be attributed to foetal remnants. Nor is it possible to explain all of the erosions as eversions ..."

6. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1866)
"These eversions may be repeated several times on a single little cyst, and the cyst represented (Plate II, fig. 1) exhibits this daughter- cell formation in ..."

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