ligament

[ lig-uh-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF ligament

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIGAMENT

This ligament is ruptured in certain severe cases of dislocation of the hip.

Interwoven is the love of liberty with every ligament of the heart.

Some of them were nearly as hard as ligament, and many an inch in length.

The hinge has small teeth or none, and the ligament, which is long, is internal.

The hinges have two teeth; the ligament is elongated and external.

They are known from Erycina by not having the pit in the hinge for the ligament.

Having or containing the ligament, as the cardinal pit in Mya, fig. 71.

The hinge is toothless, but has a wide depression for the ligament.

This is to say that its function is partially that of a ligament.

It is this virtue, this ligament of society, that we call justice.

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