from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a condition of varix: noting veins.
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To his relief she made no attempt to help with the books but sat squatting on the edge of the chair, coffee mug cradled in her lap, her legs planted firmly apart to reveal twin balloons of milky white and varicosed thigh above the bite of the stockings.
In fact, the entire 3-D section conjured up only the grim image of nearsighted shut-ins with red-and-blue cardboard glasses perched on their trembling noses, soiled BVDs clumped around their varicosed ankles.
Yes, he was afraid he did, he thought, as he eyed her varicosed plump thighs protruding from the hem of a yellow floral housecoat and a belly that seemed to billow through its folds.
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With an effort he set his feet into motion, his calves knotted and varicosed and scarred from so many years of labor.
All of the circulatory vessels, especially the smaller ones, become enlarged, varicose; and an aggregation of varicosed vessels forms a tumor called a pile or hemorrhoid.
The walls of the vessel are generally able to withstand whatever strain is placed upon them during the first pregnancy, and usually the varicosed condition does not develop until after there have been several pregnancies.