- of or relating to the pelvis.
Origin of pelvic
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Examples from the Web for pelvic
A tutu clad Swift refuses to pirouette with her fellow ballerinas, preferring to pelvic thrust like a rebel instead.Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’ Is Disappointing
August 19, 2014
I was in pain everywhere, my pelvic area was in excruciating pain.Is Sex Assault a Crime in the Ivy League?
May 10, 2014
When tests were carried out on a pelvic bone, the startling scale of the discovery began to emerge.Scientists Find Remains of Alfred The Great Or King Edward The Elder
January 17, 2014
“I was in lotus pose, focusing on breathing and lifting the muscles of my pelvic floor,” she said.Are Yogasms Real?
September 28, 2011
She then related an anecdote involving industrial glue and pelvic burns.Hollywood's Most Private Accessory
September 20, 2010
The correspondence between the thoracic and pelvic limbs is notorious.On the Genesis of Species
St. George Mivart
He carried the pelvic viscera in his pocket to the class-room.Medical Essays
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
"I don't think I'll bother with pelvic measurements," he said.This Crowded Earth
Her pelvic curve was classic, her legs long and not knock-kneed.Painted Veils
In Dipnoi however the pelvic fins are very similar to the pectoral.The Vertebrate Skeleton
Sidney H. Reynolds
- of, near, or relating to the pelvis
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Word Origin and History for pelvic
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- Of, relating to, or near the pelvis.
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