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Adductor, ad-dukt′ur, n. a muscle which draws one part towards another.
The central or cardinal teeth never exceed two in number in each valve, and the adductor impressions are round and polished.The Sea Shore|William S. Furneaux
Branches supply the stifle and the adductor and pectineus muscles.Lameness of the Horse|John Victor Lacroix
The body is attached to these valves, round and beneath the adductor, so as to hide it until one of the valves be removed.
There is a short adductor ridge, and a deep narrow pit or cleft for the lateral-depressor muscle.