Definition of Body pad

1. Noun. A pad worn by hockey goalkeeper.

Generic synonyms: Protective Garment

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Body Pad

body of rib
body of sphenoid bone
body of sternum
body of stomach
body of sweat gland
body of talus
body of thigh bone
body of tibia
body of tongue
body of ulna
body of urinary bladder
body of uterus
body of vertebra
body of water
body of work
body pad (current term)
body part
body parts
body patterning
body piercing
body piercings
body plethysmograph
body politic
body process
body regions
body righting reflexes
body schema
body servant
body shop
body shops

Literary usage of Body pad

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1. Transactions by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1912)
"In these days of electric heating it occurs to me that the comfort of the astronomer might be secured by a special body pad, heated by electricity, ..."

2. A Working manual of high frequency currents by Noble Murray Eberhart (1919)
"In 1903 I designed the first portable body pad, which folded together when not in use. It consisted essentially of the top of the couch and was intended to ..."

3. Buffalo Medical Journal (1873)
"This consists of good unbleached muslin or drilling, and extends from the heel end to the upper end of the body pad and is in the same maner fastened to the ..."

4. Small Boat Building by Harold Wallace Patterson (1916)
"For the after body pad out the form by nailing extra pieces across it to make the curve sharper and for the fore body alter it to make the curve flatter. ..."

5. American Observer Medical Monthly (1874)
"... extending from the heel to the upper end of the body pad, leaving enough cloth to form the hammock for the limb between the rods; it is in the same ..."

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