Definition of Ancle

1. n. See Ankle.



Definition of Ancle

1. Noun. (obsolete spelling of ankle) ¹

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Definition of Ancle

1. ankle [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ancle

ancilia
ancilla
ancillae
ancillaries
ancillary
ancillas
ancille
ancilles
ancilliary
ancillula
ancillulas
ancipital
ancipitous
ancistroid
ancitabine
ancle (current term)
ancles
ancome
ancomes
ancon
anconad
anconal
anconal fossa
anconas
ancone
anconeal
anconeous muscle
ancones
anconeus
anconies

Literary usage of Ancle

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1. The Diary of Matthew Patten of Bedford, N.H. by Matthew Patten (1903)
"... a head for my Surveying Staves 81" was not able to do anything with my ancle it was so lame FEBRUARY FIRST was to have gone and took a plan of Daniel ..."

2. Social England Under the Regency by John Ashton (1890)
"out, “Help, help, I have made a false step, and sprained my ancle.” A servant coming in, ... bring me my Wig—Oh! my ancle! Take care of my Whiskers, Mac! ..."

3. Practical Observations in Surgery: Illustrated by Cases by William Hey (1814)
"WHEN the fibula is broken near the joint of the ancle, the tibia almost always suffers a partial dislocation ..."

4. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1887)
"... of constructing his device he says: " 'A A' are the outer or wing mils of the frog, and В В are the two rails which compose the acute ancle or point. ..."

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