Definition of Bodily structure
1. Noun. A particular complex anatomical part of a living thing. "He has good bone structure"
Specialized synonyms: Layer, Apodeme, Caliculus, Calycle, Calyculus, Tooth, Pad, Branchial Cleft, Gill Cleft, Gill Slit, Branchial Arch, Gill Arch, Gill Bar, Peristome, Syrinx, Bulb, Carina, Cauda, Chiasm, Chiasma, Decussation, Cingulum, Concha, Filament, Filum, Germ, Infundibulum, Interstice, Landmark, Limbus, Rib, Blade, Radicle, Plexus, Rete, Tube, Tube-shaped Structure, Passage, Passageway, Fundus, Funiculus, Head, Bodily Cavity, Cavity, Cavum, Root, Tooth Root, Capsule, Uvea, Lens Nucleus, Nucleus, Membranous Labyrinth, Bony Labyrinth, Osseous Labyrinth, Glans, Alveolar Bed, Valve, Vascular Structure, Lacrimal Apparatus, Cytoskeleton, Nucleolar Organiser, Nucleolar Organizer, Nucleolus Organiser, Nucleolus Organizer, Centromere, Kinetochore, Aster, Neural Structure, Fold, Plica, Convolution, Gyrus, Cartilaginous Structure, Ball, Plate, Horny Structure, Unguis, Skeletal Structure, Costa, Head, Bridge, Rotator Cuff, Cornu, Corona, Receptor, Zona, Zone
Generic synonyms: Body Part
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bodily Structure
Literary usage of Bodily structure
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ethnology by Augustus Henry Keane (1896)
"... sutures—Different degrees of intelligence in different races accounted for—Such differences independent of the general bodily structure—Hence physique ..."
2. Travels Amongst the Todas: Or The Study of a Primitive Tribe in South India by William Elliot Marshall, George Uglow Pope (1873)
"... Influence of the Organs—Correlation between Organology, Temperament, and Bodily Structure—Description of the main Temperaments amongst Oriental Races, ..."