Recent Examples of bunion from the Web
By the time the season starts, the Falcons’ All-Pro should be back to normal following offseason surgery to remove a bunion from his left foot.
A former Foley High School and Alabama standout, Jones had surgery to remove a bunion in March, which limited his participation in the offseason program.
By the way, the stiletto heels hung around, too, proof that femininity and bunions have a place in the boardroom.
Anyone who has experienced foot pain such as that caused by neuroma, bunions or hammer toes knows how debilitating and discouraging these common foot problems are.
Most women have a narrow heel and a wider forefoot, and a pointed toe or narrow toe box could cause bunions, hammer toe, ingrown nails and other problems.
The former Alabama standout had surgery on March 6 to remove a bunion on his left foot.
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Origin and Etymology of bunion
First Known Use: circa 1718See Words from the same year
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Definition of bunion for English Language Learners
: a painful swelling on the side of the big toe
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