deltoid

[ UK /dˈɛltɔ‍ɪd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a large triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint and serving to abduct and flex and extend and rotate the arm
ADJECTIVE
  1. triangular or suggesting a capital delta, with a point at the apex
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How To Use deltoid In A Sentence

  • The intramuscular vaccine should be administered in the deltoid muscle and can be administered with other vaccines.
  • The main winding is a Lotus-O-Deltoid type placed in panamdermic semi-boloid slots of the stator with every seventh conductor connected by a non-reversible trunion pipe to the differential girdle spring on the upend of the gram meters. Need a Milford Trenyan?
  • He subsequently developed weakness in the deltoid, infraspinatus and supraspinatus muscles.
  • My deltoid muscles are too thick, it hurt to even try this new streamline.
  • An all-around athlete in Alpine skiing, Lasse Kjus won five medals in three different events at four Olympics. In 1991 Kjus crashed during training, tearing the nerve to his left deltoid muscle.
  • A mass of muscle would pop up: deltoids would ripple, trapezoids bunch and glutes clench.
  • The spiracles in orbitremitids pierce the adoral extremity of deltoid faces and are bounded laterally by ambulacral plates, which is the condition seen in the Chinese specimens.
  • -- The deltoid is the simplest, and the most easily constructed of all the kites. Aeroplanes
  • What's more, it builds what powerlifters call ‘accessories’: biceps, triceps, deltoids, abs and other vanity muscles.
  • Specimens are members of the Hyperoblastidae based on presence of four spiracles and anispiracle, deltoid crests (not faces), and two to four anideltoids.
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