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inferoanterior

[ in-fuh-roh-an-teer-ee-er ]
/ ˌɪn fə roʊ ænˈtɪər i ər /
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adjective
below and in front.
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Origin of inferoanterior

First recorded in 1840–50; infer(ior) + -o- + anterior
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