Definition of Evertor

1. a muscle that turns a part outward [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Evertor

everness
evernic
evernitrose
everolimus
everrunning
evershifting
eversible
eversion
eversions
eversive
everso
evert
everted
everthang
everting
evertor (current term)
evertors
everts
everwhat
everwhere
everwhich
every
every(a)
every Jack has his Jill
every bit
every cloud has a silver lining
every day
every day is a school day
every dog has its day
every five minutes

Literary usage of Evertor

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1. A Treatise on Orthopaedic Surgery by Royal Whitman (1919)
"IOC peroneus longus is an abductor, the brevis a more direct evertor of the foot. The relative strength of the muscles and their functions is indicated in ..."

2. Transactions of the Annual Meeting by Ohio State Medical Society (1888)
"... and, as I had anticipated, an evident paralysis of the flexor and evertor muscles of the foot, which was strongly extended and the toes inverted; ..."

3. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley (1858)
"... evertor. He wrote also controversial dissertations against the metaphysics of Leibnitz and the ethics of Genl- incx, and a commentary upon the ..."

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