bunionnoun [ C ]uk /ˈbʌn.jən/ us /ˈbʌn.jən/
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- A bursa may form beneath a corn, and if inflamed constitutes one form of bunion.
- An enlargement of the basal joint of the great toe, probably a bunion, is also comparatively common.
- Bunions may be checked in their early development by binding the joint with adhesive plaster, and keeping it on as long as any uneasiness is felt.
- Half a dozen men stooped and slashed at their boots to get room for a pet corn or a burning bunion.
- She said she might have been able to convince her mind that there wasn't no bunion on her foot, but she couldn't convince her foot.