The repetition of these flexions will soon render the legs supple, pliable and independent of the thighs.
It is thus also with several grammatical forms and flexions.
I know the whole 'Bauchet' system, and can teach a horse his 'flexions,' and the rest of it.
The importance of these flexions of the jaw is easily understood.
The flexions of the croup are in reality more important than those of the forehand.
All their flexions are horizontal; the curving of their body is from side to side, not up and down.
The flexions of the legs and thighs will be continued for four days (eight lessons).
These dilatations and flexions, just because they are very small, will be for our mind relatively easy to study.
Barclay's vocabulary consists of a list of words pure and simple, with no indication of gender or flexions.
In old age, in persons who are emaciated, and about the flexions of the joints, it is thrown into folds.
flexion flex·ion (flěk'shən)
The act of bending a joint or limb in the body by the action of flexors.
The condition of being flexed or bent.