I noun avulsion, deracination, disengagement, displacement, drawing out, ejection, elicitation, elimination, eradication, excavation, exsection, extirpation, extraction, extrication, plucking out, pull, pulling out, removal, ripping out, separation, unravelment, unrooting, uprooting, withdrawal II index avulsion, removal

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  • évulsion — [ evylsjɔ̃ ] n. f. • evulsion 1540; lat. evulsio ♦ Chir. et vx ⇒ extraction. ● évulsion nom féminin (latin evulsio, onis, de evellere, arracher) En chirurgie, synonyme vieilli de extraction. ● évulsion (synonymes) nom féminin ( …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Evulsion — E*vul sion ([ e]*v[u^]l sh[u^]n), n. [L. evulsio, fr. evellere, evulsum, to pluck out; e out + vellere to pluck; cf. F. [ e]vulsion.] The act of plucking out; a rooting out. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Evulsion — (v. lat.), Ausreißung …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Evulsion — Evulsion, lat. deutsch, Ausreißung …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • evulsion — [ē vul′shən] n. [ME evulsioun < evulsio < pp. of evellere, to pull out < e , out + vellere, to pluck < IE base * wel , to tear, injure > OE wæl, slaughter] a pulling out by force, or uprooting …   English World dictionary

  • evulsion — noun Etymology: Latin evulsion , evulsio, from evellere to pluck out, from e + vellere to pluck more at vulnerable Date: circa 1611 extraction …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • evulsion — /i vul sheuhn/, n. the act of plucking or pulling out; forcible extraction. [1605 15; < L evulsion (s. of evulsio), equiv. to evuls(us) plucked out (ptp. of evellere, equiv. to e E + vellere to pluck) + ion ION] * * * …   Universalium

  • evulsion — noun The action of forcibly pulling something out. Herein, therefore, to speak compendiously, we first presume to affirm that, from a strict enquiry, we cannot maintain the evulsion or biting off any parts [...] …   Wiktionary

  • evulsion — A forcible pulling out or extraction. Cf.:avulsion. [L. evulsio, fr. e vello, pp. vulsus, to pluck out] * * * evul·sion i vəl shən n the act of extracting forcibly: EXTRACTION <evulsion of a tooth> evulse i vəls vt, evulsed; evuls·ing * * * …   Medical dictionary

  • évulsion — (é vul sion) s. f. Terme didactique. Action d arracher, extraction. Évulsion d une dent, d un fragment d os. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Lat. evulsionem, de evulsum, supin de evellere, de e, et vellere, tirer …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

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