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malaxation

[ măl′ək-sāshən ]
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n.
The formation of ingredients into a mass for pills and plasters.
A kneading technique in massage.
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How to use malaxation in a sentence

  • In the second, seven stings again, but given in the anterior and middle segments, followed by slight malaxation.

    Wasps|George W. Peckham
  • In the third, only one sting was given, but the malaxation was prolonged and severe.

    Wasps|George W. Peckham
  • In the second, seven stings again but given in the anterior and middle segments, followed by slight malaxation.

  • In the third, only one sting was given but the malaxation was prolonged and severe.

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