Word Origin for crepitus
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How to use crepitus in a sentence
It is, in fact, only when the bone is broken into many pieces that crepitus may be detected, and even then it is slight.
Their manipulation gives to the touch a sickening, grating sound—in other words, we have crepitus.
I have translated almost every word of the Heresiarch dispute, and the soliloquy of the god Crepitus, etc.The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 1|Elizabeth Bisland
As I manipulated the limb to catch the sound of the crepitus the injured man screamed, and he was continually in very severe pain.The Ghost|Arnold Bennett
The peculiar “muffled” nature of the crepitus is one of the most characteristic signs.