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physical examination

noun as in medical examination

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“Criteria to determine eligibility for a gender category should not include gynecological examinations or similar forms of invasive physical examinations, aimed at determining an athlete’s sex, sex variations, or gender,” states guideline.

While in custody, the police officers physically tortured her and forced her to undergo invasive medical and physical examinations.

Many female athletes found it and other physical examinations intrusive and humiliating.

Fueling the speculation have been the unorthodox practices of the contractors, who have been conducting physical examinations of the ballots, including inspecting their weight and thickness and examining folds on ballots under microscopes.

The growth was discovered during a routine physical examination after LeVert was traded earlier this month from the Nets as part of a package of players and draft picks that brought James Harden to Brooklyn.

The situation in England to-day is beginning to force a physical examination of employes.

Next day, going early to the training-quarters, he took his place in a squad waiting for the physical examination.

After waiting an hour or more he decided he could not have his physical examination at that time, and he went back to the cage.

Abolition of physical examination of applicants for employment.

So Harry took the physical examination and got the policy, payable to his estate.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to physical examination, such as: checkup, health examination, physical, physical checkup, and physical exam.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.