evulsion

[ih-vuhl-shuh n]
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Origin of evulsion

1605–15; < Latin ēvulsiōn- (stem of ēvulsiō), equivalent to ēvuls(us) plucked out (past participle of ēvellere, equivalent to ē- e-1 + vellere to pluck) + -iōn- -ion
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British Dictionary definitions for evulsion

evulsion

noun
  1. rare the act of extracting by force

Word Origin for evulsion

C17: from Latin ēvulsiō, from ēvellere, from vellere to pluck
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evulsion in Medicine

evulsion

[ĭ-vŭlshən]
n.
  1. A forcible pulling out or extraction.
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