Definition of Flaccidity

1. Noun. A flabby softness.

Exact synonyms: Flabbiness, Limpness
Generic synonyms: Softness
Derivative terms: Flabby, Flaccid, Limp



Definition of Flaccidity

1. n. The state of being flaccid.

Definition of Flaccidity

1. Noun. The condition of being flaccid. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Flaccidity

1. [n -TIES]

Medical Definition of Flaccidity

1. The condition or state of being flaccid. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flaccidity

flabergasts
flabile
flabrigast
flabrigasted
flabrigasting
flabrigasts
flabs
flaccid
flaccid bladder
flaccid ectropion
flaccid membrane
flaccid paralysis
flaccid part of tympanic membrane
flaccider
flaccidities
flaccidity (current term)
flaccidly
flack
flack catcher
flacked
flacker
flackered
flackeries
flackers
flackery
flacket
flackets
flacking
flacks
flacon

Literary usage of Flaccidity

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1. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1891)
"has yet to be'framed. tion, but caused either retardation or flaccidity and death ; but hydrocyanic acid had an action comparable to that of alcohol. ..."

2. The Morbid Anatomy of Some of the Most Important Parts of the Human Body by Matthew Baillie, James Wardrop (1833)
"flaccidity of the Parietes of the Heart, (Ed.) THE substance of the Heart is exposed to a kind of Softening, says Portal, which can neither be compared to ..."

3. Diagnostics of the diseases of children by Le Grand Kerr (1907)
"PARALYSIS UNCLASSIFIED AS REGARDS flaccidity, SPASTICITY, OR ATROPHY Amaurotic Family Idiocy.—This is a rare disease. The usual history is that the child ..."

4. Scottish Cryptogamic Flora, Or, Coloured Figures and Descriptions of by Robert Kaye Greville (1828)
"... but was easily distinguished, independent of other characters, by its comparative tenderness and flaccidity. Fig. 1. ..."

5. Medical diagnosis: A Manual of Clinical Methods by John James Graham Brown (1884)
"... muscular tissue (myopathic contracture), or to abnormal innervation (neuropathic contracture). flaccidity occurs when the muscle has become atrophied. ..."

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