An enlargement of the basal joint of the great toe, probably a bunion, is also comparatively common.
In the general relaxation Dolly Beatty slipped off her tightest shoe, one bunion and four corns clamoring loudly for room.
bunion, bun′yun, n. a lump or inflamed swelling on the ball of the great toe.
When a bunion is forming it may be stopped by poulticing and carefully opening it with a lancet.
And, stepping forward in the boat, he kicked Michael on a bunion.
A bursa may form beneath a corn, and if inflamed constitutes one form of bunion.
I flatter myself we could fit the biggest beetle-crusher ever bunion'd into the shape of a giant potato or a Californian nugget.
She said there wasn't no such thing as pain, and the bunion made it its first business to do a little denyin' on its own account.
Here you are, gents, the most wonderful corn and bunion salve in the market!
Owing, I fancy, to a bunion, she was so leisurely a walker that it was I who must set my pace to hers.
bunion bun·ion (bŭn'yən)
A localized swelling at either the medial or dorsal aspect of the first joint of the big toe, caused by an inflamed bursa.