circumduct definition

  • verb:
    • To lead about or astray.
    • To contravene; to nullify.
    • to guide about or astray.
    • To contravene; to nullify.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To lead about; to guide astray.
    • To contravene; to nullify.
    • to guide about; to guide astray.
    • To contravene; to nullify.
  • others:
    • To lead around or about.
    • especially In anatomy, to move (a limb) around an imaginary axis such manner it describes a conical figure, the distal extremity transferring a circle as the proximal extremity is fixed.
    • In old English legislation, to contravene; nullify.
    • In Scots law, to declare (the expression for leading a proof) elapsed: as, the judge circumducted the word. Also circumduce.
    • to guide around or around.
    • especially In structure, to go (a limb) around an imaginary axis in such fashion that it defines a conical figure, the distal extremity relocating a circle whilst proximal extremity is fixed.
    • In old English law, to contravene; nullify.
    • In Scots law, to declare (the definition of for leading a proof) elapsed: as, the judge circumducted the expression. Also circumduce.

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