extremities[ ik-strem-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF extremities
Synonyms for extremities
- dire straits
Antonyms for extremities
- good fortune
- good luck
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTREMITIES
At the two extremities of European thought the lyre has raised two vast cities.
Then she burst forth, with the growl of a slave driven to extremities.
If the head and neck are enlarged, the trunk and extremities are cut short.
They may be very serious if they push the city to extremities.
Yet here, too, there was an evident shrinking from extremities.
This was all the old hen needed to drive her to extremities.
A most condemnatory glance at my extremities accompanied this speech.
This can only be done in the extremities, but nearly all bites are received on the arms or legs.
Her extremities were already beginning to get stiff and cold.
Wade will rally when worst comes to worst, and be the head man in extremities.