Definition of Evulses

1. evulse [v] - See also: evulse



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Evulses

evolvingly
evomition
evonymus
evonymuses
evos
evovae
evovaes
evulgate
evulgated
evulgates
evulgating
evulgation
evulgations
evulse
evulsed
evulses (current term)
evulsing
evulsion
evulsions
evzone
evzones
ew
ewaldite
ewe
ewe-necked
ewer
ewers
ewes
ewest
ewftes

Literary usage of Evulses

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1. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1894)
"The man who evulses a toe-nail, or passes a Eustachian probe, is a genius in the estimation of the ordinary run of observers, while if we safely guide a ..."

2. Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland by Academy of Medicine in Ireland (1894)
"The man who evulses a toe-nail, or passes a Eustachian probe, is a genius in the estimation of the ordinary run of observers, while if we safely guide a ..."

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