Examples from the Web for buccal
The inflections of the voice are for sensations, gesture is for sentiments; the buccal apparatus is for the expression of ideas.Delsarte System of Oratory|Various
The two somites following the mandibular or first post-oral or buccal somite carry appendages modified as maxillae.
The form and development of the buccal pieces are also very various.The Ocean World:|Louis Figuier
Balbiani describes the buccal cavity as containing a protractile stylet.Parasites|T. Spencer Cobbold
They, however, resemble even as much in arrangement and greater number the buccal cirri of Amphioxus.A Guide to the Study of Fishes, Volume 1 (of 2)|David Starr Jordan
British Dictionary definitions for buccal
Word Origin for buccal
Word Origin and History for buccal
"pertaining to the cheek," 1831, from Latin bucca "cheek," especially when puffed out (later "mouth"); see bouche.