noun, plural syn·ar·thro·ses [sin-ahr-throh-seez] /ˌsɪn ɑrˈθroʊ siz/. Anatomy.
immovable articulation; a fixed or immovable joint; suture.
Origin of synarthrosis
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noun plural -ses (-siːz)
anatomy any of various joints which lack a synovial cavity and are virtually immovable; a fixed joint
Word Origin for synarthrosis
via New Latin from Greek sunarthrōsis, from sunarthrousthai to be connected by joints, from sun- syn- + arthron a joint
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n. pl. syn•ar•thro•ses (-sēz)
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