American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act of turning inside out.
- n. The condition of being turned inside out.
- n. The condition of being turned outward.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Overthrow; subversion; destruction.
- n. A turning outward, or inside out.
- n. In botany, the protrusion of organs that are generally produced in a cavity.
- n. An act of turning inside out.
- n. The state of being turned inside out.
- n. medicine The condition of being turned outward.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. the act of turning inside out
- n. the position of being turned outward
- Middle English eversioun, from Old French eversion, from Latin ēversiō, ēversiōn-, from ēversus, past participle of ēvertere, to overturn; see evert. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The most important exercise is using a theraband where she's pushing the foot outward, called eversion.”
“Less commonly, the ankle can twist outward ( "eversion" injury), resulting in injury to the other ligaments on the inside of the ankle joint ( "deltoid" injury).”
“You can read the original story in the free eversion here.”
“I'm going to go to bed now and try to convince myself that it's really just another sprain, and so I should ignore the odd swelling on the top of my foot and eversion pain that originates from there...”
“If you look at 13 there are sites that offer eversion of print books for free.”
“Most cases referred to as erosion in the past were really eversion.”
“Cervical eversion also called ectropion means that the kind of tissue lining the cervical canal also grows on the outer vaginal part of the cervix, making it red, with a bumpy-looking texture that is smooth to the touch.”
“But there is yet another way, by which you may perceive not only the perversion but the eversion of their discourse, and the reduction of it entirely to nothing.”
“The union of the extremities is made by eversion of the edges, which are united not by their surface of section, but by their endothelial surfaces.”
“Doth it not tend to the eversion of the whole covenant of distinguishing grace, evidently denying that the conditions thereof are wrought in any of the federates by virtue of the promise of the covenant?”
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