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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of evert.

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Examples

  • It clearly shows in the slug in the back the separate locations of the genital opening from which the penis is everted and the pneumostome, the large hole to the right of it.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • It clearly shows in the slug in the back the separate locations of the genital opening from which the penis is everted and the pneumostome, the large hole to the right of it.

    Linnaeus's folly

  • While they were rolling down the trunk, one slug had already everted its penis and the tip of the other slug's penis was visible.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Soon, their penises were fully everted and intertwined.

    Limax maximus

  • While they were rolling down the trunk, one slug had already everted its penis and the tip of the other slug's penis was visible.

    Limax maximus

  • Soon, their penises were fully everted and intertwined.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Below is one of Adam's drawing showing 2 mating slugs with their everted penises and the bell-shaped structure at their tips.

    Limax maximus

  • Below is one of Adam's drawing showing 2 mating slugs with their everted penises and the bell-shaped structure at their tips.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • At copulation the cirrus of the male is everted into the vaginal opening of the proglottid of an adjacent worm.

    Platyhelminthes

  • The wound then must necessarily become discolored and its lips everted, the discharge will be ichorous and without pus, and the bones, which should not have got into a state of necrosis, exfoliate; and the wound gets into a throbbing and inflamed condition.

    On Fractures

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