Definitions

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  • n. Alternative form of body part.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He has cast 120 vaginas so far but needs another 40 to finish his study of the female bodypart.

    Vaginas

  • Thus he created the identity of Elbow Toe, after another bodypart NYC street artist, Neck Face.

    PHOTOS: Get To Know Street Artist Elbow Toe

  • The riding up happens only when layers of fabric stick to a bodypart.

    Karen's Heidi and a few related questions - A Dress A Day

  • It is only since the fifties that medical research has started studying the chemically very complex human brain while any other bodypart was were well known.

    Being Bennett

  • Maybe it's the feeling that your affected bodypart will fall off when you get into a hot shower.

    Musings of a Drunken Monk: June 2004 Archives

  • It's difficult to figure out exactly what is what in the early portions of the book- is the author giving a familiar name to a thing or bodypart or action because it mimics the real counterpart in some tenuous way, and otherwise he would have to invent a cumbersome vocabulary of new words etc., or because the thing is basically the same as it's real counterpart?

    Archive 2003-12-24

  • According to a poll done by Women's Own and quoted by Dagbladet, one of twelve women would be willing to sacrifice a bodypart - a limb - to have the perfect body.

    Archive 2001-06-01

  • (Not that it isn't something I'd like on my own saw, but as someone pointed out in the [previously] thread, lots of table-saw injuries are due to kickback, not to having an actual bodypart go through the blade.)

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • And don't skimp on lower body work; train it as hard as any other bodypart and none of that high repetitions low weights crap.

    news.beiruter.com - A directory of Lebanese blogs

  • For those of you who like to train a bodypart more than once per week, I recommend waiting a full 72 hours (3 days) in between sessions to allow for full muscular regeneration to take place.

    WN.com - Articles related to Should Chocolate Milk Be Served In Schools?

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