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Definition of Jointedness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Jointedness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Exterior of the Horse by Armand Goubaux, Gustave Barrier (1892)
"The close relationship which associates long-jointedness with low- jointedness is easy of comprehension, the pastern becoming less ..."
2. Atlas and Epitome of Diseases Caused by Accidents by Eduard Golebiewski (1900)
"In addition, if loose-jointedness be developed in consequence of rupture of one of the lateral ligaments, a jointed support should be worn for walking. ..."
3. The Deformities of the Human Foot: With Their Treatment by William Johnson Walsham, William Kent Hughes (1895)
"Hammer-toe appears to be not infrequently associated with other deformities of a like nature, such as hammer-fingers, double-jointedness, etc., ..."
4. Bacchae by Euripides (1893)
"It is perhaps to this spirit of compromise that the dis- jointedness is due, which is the chief fault of the plays of Euripides as works of art (cf. ..."