gracilis


gracilis

gracilis [gras-uh-lis] EXAMPLES|WORD ORIGIN noun, plural grac·i·les [gras-uh-leez] /ˈgræs əˌliz/. Anatomy. a muscle in the inner side of the thigh, the action of which assists in drawing the legs inward and in bending the knee. Liberaldictionary.com

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  • Origin of gracilis 1605–15; New Latin; Latin: gracile Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019 Examples from the Web for gracilis Historical Examples of gracilis

  • The gracilis is one of the most beautiful of all the deutzias.

    The Amateur Garden

    George W. Cable

  • “I’ll run the Gracilis if you will steer,” she said quietly.

    The Firing Line

    Robert W. Chambers

  • Top: Hybopsis gracilis gracilis, 230.0 mm standard length, one of the largest specimens examined.

    Geographic Variation in the North American Cyprinid Fish, Hybopsis gracilis

    Leonard J. Olund

  • Bottom: Hybopsis gracilis gulonella, 121.6 mm standard length, the largest specimen examined of this subspecies.

    Geographic Variation in the North American Cyprinid Fish, Hybopsis gracilis

    Leonard J. Olund

  • Judging from the nature of the terrain, the range of gracilis does not extend eastward much beyond the Raft River Mountains.

    The Pocket Gophers (Genus Thomomys) of Utah, Vol. 1 No. 1

    Stephen D. Durrant

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