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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - An inward slant of the thigh.

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  • The following examples are all designed to help prevent ‘knock-knee’ contractures.
  • Note: Children with brain damage sometimes develop a ‘knock-knee’ way of standing or walking.
  • · In children with spasticity or muscle imbalance, this may increase the risk of developing knock-knee contractures.
  • Well, I see so many knock-knee, box-ankle, spindly-shank, flat nose chillun, when I was growin 'up, dat when I come to choose de filly to fold my colts, I picks one dat... for more
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