Definition of Pronates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of pronate) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pronates

1. pronate [v] - See also: pronate

Pronates Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Pronates Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Pronates

promyeloid
promythia
promythium
pronaoi
pronaos
pronaoses
pronase
pronases
pronatalism
pronatalisms
pronatalist
pronatalists
pronate
pronated
pronates (current term)
pronating
pronation
pronations
pronator
pronatores
pronators
prone
prone float
prone out
prone to
pronely
proneness
pronenesses
pronephra

Literary usage of Pronates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Operative Surgery, Based on Normal and Pathological Anatomy by Joseph-Fran├žois Malgaigne (1851)
"He grasps the hand as usual, and slightly pronates it, then he plunges a narrow, double-edged knife, held flat, into the soft parts, and pushes it across ..."

2. Diseases of the Nervous System by John Eastman Wilson (1916)
"Pronator radii teres pronates the hand by moving the radius, to which the hand is ... Pronator quadratus pronates the radius, and therefore the hand. ..."

3. Electro-diagnosis and electrotherapeutics by Toby Cohn (1904)
"It flexes the wrist and the radial side more than the ulnar; also at the same time it pronates. Its tendon likewise stands out among the flexors of the hand ..."

4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1837)
"4. The ventricles gyrate incessantly to and fro upon their axis; a. In systole or involution, as the left hand pronates ; b. ..."

5. Spiritual Magazine (1877)
"But the softness and delicacy with which he pronates his exordium with mildness is converted into a sound like thunder when he goes on a few words further ..."

6. Orthopedic Surgery by Edward Hickling Bradford, Robert Williamson Lovett (1915)
"The foot appears highly arched and in weight-bearing pronates less than normal. The tissues of the sole are therefore subject to constant irritation in ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Pronates

Search for Pronates on Dictionary.com!Search for Pronates on Thesaurus.com!Search for Pronates on Google!Search for Pronates on Wikipedia!

Search