Definitions

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  • n. Archaic form of orthopedics.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Same as orthopedics.

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Examples

  • “Do they give lectures on orthopedy and intellectual gymnastics?” asked Merlin.

    A Distinguished Provincial at Paris

  • All the bodily defects and deformities that orthopedy treats, give but a feeble idea of the humps, the tortuosities, the dislocations we have inflicted upon ourselves in order to depart from simple common sense; and at our own expense we learn that one does not deform himself with impunity.

    The Simple Life

  • There cobblers lecture on orthopedy (whatsoever that may be) because they cannot sell their shoes; and poets on Æsthetics (whatsoever that may be) because they cannot sell their poetry.

    The Water-Babies A Fairy Tale for a Land-Baby

  • "Do they give lectures on orthopedy and intellectual gymnastics?" asked Merlin.

    Lost Illusions

  • Integrating information from physics, chemistry, and the biological sciences, presents a comprehensive survey of surface phenomena in living bodies for readers at an advanced undergraduate or higher level in medicine, dentistry, pathology, and orthopedy.

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