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glenoid definition

  • noun:
    • A shallow despair in a bone, especially in the scapula.
    • A shallow despair in a bone, especially in the scapula.
    • A shallow depression in a bone, particularly in the scapula.
    • A glenoid fossa, as of the temporal bone tissue or regarding the scapula; a glene.
    • A shallow depression in a bone, especially in the scapula.
    • A glenoid fossa, since the temporal bone tissue or regarding the scapula; a glene.
    • A glenoid fossa, by the temporal bone or of the scapula; a glene.
    • A glenoid fossa, at the time of the temporal bone tissue or of scapula; a glene.
    • A shallow depression in a bone, especially in the scapula.
    • A shallow depression in a bone, particularly in the scapula.
    • A shallow despair in a bone, especially in the scapula.
    • A shallow despair in a bone, especially in the scapula.
    • A shallow despair in a bone, particularly in the scapula.
    • A shallow depression in a bone, especially in the scapula.
    • A shallow depression in a bone, especially in the scapula.
    • A glenoid fossa, as of the temporal bone tissue or regarding the scapula; a glene.
    • A glenoid fossa, by the temporal bone or regarding the scapula; a glene.
    • A glenoid fossa, as of the temporal bone tissue or of scapula; a glene.
    • A glenoid fossa, at the time of the temporal bone tissue or for the scapula; a glene.
    • A glenoid fossa, as of the temporal bone or for the scapula; a glene.
    • A glenoid fossa, by the temporal bone tissue or regarding the scapula; a glene.
    • A glenoid fossa, since the temporal bone or associated with scapula; a glene.
  • adjective:
    • Of or pertaining to this depression.
    • Of or with respect to this despair.
    • Having the form of a smooth and superficial despair; socketlike; -- put on a number of articular areas of bone.
    • Having the as a type of a smooth and superficial depression; socketlike; -- placed on a few articular areas of bone.
    • Of or related to this despair.
    • getting the form of a smooth and low depression; socketlike; -- applied to a number of articular areas of bone tissue.
    • Of or regarding this despair.
    • getting the as a type of a smooth and low depression; socketlike; -- placed on several articular areas of bone tissue.
    • Of or pertaining to this depression.
    • Of or related to this depression.
    • Of or related to this despair.
    • Having the kind of a smooth and low depression; socketlike; -- applied to a few articular areas of bone tissue.
    • Of or regarding this depression.
    • Of or related to this depression.
    • Of or related to this despair.
    • getting the as a type of a smooth and low depression; socketlike; -- applied to a few articular areas of bone tissue.
    • obtaining the type of a smooth and low despair; socketlike; -- applied to a number of articular areas of bone tissue.
    • obtaining the kind of a smooth and superficial depression; socketlike; -- put on a few articular areas of bone tissue.
    • getting the form of a smooth and shallow despair; socketlike; -- placed on several articular areas of bone tissue.
    • getting the type of a smooth and low despair; socketlike; -- applied to several articular surfaces of bone.
    • Of or regarding this depression.
    • Having the form of a smooth and superficial depression; socketlike; -- placed on a few articular areas of bone.
  • others:
    • Shallow or slightly cupped: specifically applied in anatomy to two articular cavities or fossæ, of the scapula and of the temporal bone respectively.
    • Shallow or a little cupped: especially used in anatomy to two articular cavities or fossæ, of the scapula as well as the temporal bone respectively.
    • Having a glenoid fossa: because, the glenoid edge of this scapula.
    • Shallow or somewhat cupped: specifically used in anatomy to two articular cavities or fossæ, for the scapula as well as the temporal bone tissue correspondingly.
    • Having a glenoid fossa: as, the glenoid edge of scapula.
    • Having a glenoid fossa: as, the glenoid edge of this scapula.
    • Shallow or somewhat cupped: especially applied in physiology to two articular cavities or fossæ, of scapula and of the temporal bone tissue correspondingly.
    • Having a glenoid fossa: because, the glenoid edge of scapula.
    • Shallow or slightly cupped: particularly applied in physiology to two articular cavities or fossæ, associated with scapula and of the temporal bone correspondingly.
    • Shallow or somewhat cupped: particularly used in physiology to two articular cavities or fossæ, associated with the scapula as well as the temporal bone correspondingly.
    • Having a glenoid fossa: since, the glenoid border of this scapula.
    • Shallow or somewhat cupped: specifically applied in anatomy to two articular cavities or fossæ, of scapula as well as the temporal bone tissue respectively.
    • Shallow or slightly cupped: especially used in structure to two articular cavities or fossæ, associated with the scapula as well as the temporal bone tissue respectively.
    • Having a glenoid fossa: since, the glenoid edge associated with scapula.
    • Shallow or slightly cupped: particularly applied in anatomy to two articular cavities or fossæ, associated with the scapula and of the temporal bone tissue respectively.
    • Shallow or slightly cupped: particularly used in structure to two articular cavities or fossæ, associated with the scapula as well as the temporal bone correspondingly.
    • Having a glenoid fossa: because, the glenoid border regarding the scapula.
    • Having a glenoid fossa: because, the glenoid edge associated with the scapula.
    • Having a glenoid fossa: as, the glenoid edge of scapula.
    • Having a glenoid fossa: because, the glenoid border of this scapula.
    • Shallow or slightly cupped: especially applied in physiology to two articular cavities or fossæ, of this scapula as well as the temporal bone tissue correspondingly.
    • Having a glenoid fossa: since, the glenoid edge associated with scapula.
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