evulsion

noun evul·sion \ i-ˈvəl-shən \

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Origin and Etymology of evulsion

Latin evulsion-, evulsio, from evellere to pluck out, from e- + vellere to pluck — more at vulnerable


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evulsion

noun evul·sion \ i-ˈvəl-shən \

medical Definition of evulsion

1 : the act of extracting forcibly : extraction
  • evulsion of a tooth
2 : avulsion
  • evulsion of the biceps tendon

evulse

play \i-ˈvəls\ transitive verb evulsed; evulsing

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