Owing, I fancy, to a bunion, she was so leisurely a walker that it was I who must set my pace to hers.
Here you are, gents, the most wonderful corn and bunion salve in the market!
And, stepping forward in the boat, he kicked Michael on a bunion.
I flatter myself we could fit the biggest beetle-crusher ever bunion'd into the shape of a giant potato or a Californian nugget.
Bunion, bun′yun, n. a lump or inflamed swelling on the ball of the great toe.
She said there wasn't no such thing as pain, and the bunion made it its first business to do a little denyin' on its own account.
In the general relaxation Dolly Beatty slipped off her tightest shoe, one bunion and four corns clamoring loudly for room.
When a bunion is forming it may be stopped by poulticing and carefully opening it with a lancet.
An enlargement of the basal joint of the great toe, probably a bunion, is also comparatively common.
A bursa may form beneath a corn, and if inflamed constitutes one form of bunion.