Definition of Eversion

1. Noun. The position of being turned outward. "The eversion of the foot"

Generic synonyms: Attitude, Position, Posture
Derivative terms: Evert



2. Noun. The act of turning inside out.
Exact synonyms: Everting, Inversion
Generic synonyms: Motility, Motion, Move, Movement
Derivative terms: Evert, Evert, Invert

Definition of Eversion

1. n. The act of eversing; destruction.

Definition of Eversion

1. Noun. An act of turning inside out. ¹

2. Noun. The state of being turned inside out. ¹

3. Noun. (medicine) The condition of being turned outward. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Eversion

1. the act of everting [n -S]

Medical Definition of Eversion

1. A turning outward, as of the eyelid or foot. Origin: L. E-everto, pp. -versus, to overturn (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eversion

everlastings
everlearning
everlive
everliving
everloving
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evermore
evermoving
everness
evernic
evernitrose
everolimus
everrunning
evershifting
eversible
eversion (current term)
eversions
eversive
everso
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evertors
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everwhat
everwhere
everwhich
every

Literary usage of Eversion

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1899)
"eversion OR TURNING INSIDE OUT OF THE SAC OF A CYS- ... This methodical eversion of the sac is new and superior to the method employed by Simon and, later, ..."

2. A Text-book of the Diseases of the Small Domestic Animals by Oscar Victor Brumley (1921)
"eversion OF THE UTERUS. Prolapse. Inversion of the Uterus. eversion of the uterus is not common in the' small, multip- arous animals, particularly in the ..."

3. A Practical treatise on the diseases of women by Theodore Gaillard Thomas (1869)
"In eversion, however, a certain amount of contraction is to be desired. When eversion of the cervical mucous membrane is due to slitting of the canal cither ..."

4. The Homoeopathic Theory and Practice of Medicine by Erastus Edgerton Marcy, Franklin W. Hunt (1868)
"eversion of the lids may be caused by a swelling and relaxation of the lining ... The consequences of eversion are, constant exposure of the globe to ..."

5. I. The Mechanism of Dislocations and Fracture of the Hip: II. Litholapaxy by Henry Jacob Bigelow (1894)
"IMPACTED FRACTURE OF THE BASE OF THE NECK, WITH eversion. THE injury known as the " impacted fracture of the neck of the thigh-bone " has been well ..."

6. Practical Gynecology: A Comprehensive Text-book for Students and Physicians by Edward Emmet Montgomery (1903)
"trized, the eversion of its lips, the presence of erosion, which is disclosed by its soft, velvety feel, or the existence of eversion of the cervical mucous ..."

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