Definition of Hyperextends

1. Verb. (third-person singular of hyperextend) ¹



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Definition of Hyperextends

1. hyperextend [v] - See also: hyperextend

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperextends

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hypereutrophic
hypereutrophy
hyperexcitability
hyperexcitable
hyperexcitation
hyperexcited
hyperexcitement
hyperexcretion
hyperexcretions
hyperexophoria
hyperexpanded
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hyperextends (current term)
hyperextensible
hyperextension
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hyperextensions
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hyperfast
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hyperfeminine
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hyperferraemia
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hyperfibrinogenaemia
hyperfibrinolysis
hyperfiction

Literary usage of Hyperextends

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1. A Manual of Orthopedic Surgery by Augustus Thorndike (1907)
"The cervical spine, excluding the atlas, flexes enough to lose its lordosis, and hyperextends considerably; side bending and twisting are permitted ..."

2. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1912)
"This is what occurs when a man falling on his outstretched arm hyperextends his elbow. The same mechanism of hyperextension causes luxation of the knee, ..."

3. The Year Book of Pediatrics (1903)
"The two points of interest in Lorenz' treatment of these cases are that he hyperextends the knee (a doubtful advantage) to avoid the subsequent necessity ..."

4. Gait Analysis in the Science of Rehabilitation edited by Joel A. DeLisa (2000)
"During the stance phase of the gait cycle, the knee hyperextends, which, over time, leads to degenerative changes of the knee joint. ..."

5. A Treatise on Orthopaedic Surgery by Royal Whitman (1919)
"... hand pressing downward on the convexity, with tlle other lifts the right thigh of the patient, hyperextends it and draws it upward and toward the left, ..."

6. Surgery, Its Principles and Practice by William Williams Keen (1921)
"For support in such a case we may use a cock-up palmar splint which hyperextends the wrist only, but which carries a terminal metal loop to which are ..."

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