Though when weakness does find its way into the extremities it is usually worse in the legs than the arms.
I don't know how long I was in there: When I got out all my extremities were numb and I couldn't move.
One had been shot in the face and extremities, while another was shot in the stomach and a third was being evaluated.
No harm can come so long as the extremities are kept warm, and the circulation well balanced.
First it vanished from the extremities, then from the larger limbs, and lastly from the trunk.
The extremities of objects which are at some distance, are not seen so distinctly as if they were nearer.
And a few, who were relieved by the appearance of external erysipelas on the extremities.
Those which are perceived at the extremities of the two aisles are more particularly esteemed.
Lastly, its two extremities or poles are slightly flattened.
Of the last mentioned there are three, shown by the notch, colored black at their extremities.
"hands and feet," uttermost parts of the body, early 15c., plural of extremity. Meaning "a person's last moments" is from c.1600.
late 14c., from Old French estremite (13c.), from Latin extremitatem (nominative extremitas) "the end of a thing," from extremus; see extreme, the etymological sense of which is better preserved in this word.
extremity ex·trem·i·ty (ĭk-strěm'ĭ-tē)
An end of an elongated or pointed structure.
A bodily limb or appendage.