evert

verb \ i-ˈvərt \

Definition of evert

2 : to subject to eversion

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Origin and Etymology of evert

Latin evertere, from e- + vertere to turn — more at worth


Medical Dictionary

evert

transitive verb \ i-ˈvərt \

medical Definition of evert

: to turn outward
  • evert the foot
; also : to turn inside out

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