frontal suture n.
The suture that lies between the two halves of the frontal bone of a child's skull and is usually obliterated by about the sixth year.
This union may not occur (Fig. 7), as in the case of the philosopher Kant, who had a frontal suture all his life.
Met′opism, the condition of having a persistent metopic or frontal suture.
The wrinkle in the line of the frontal suture was more deeply indented.
Short flat snub nose, deeply depressed at the base or frontal suture, broad at extremity, with dilated nostrils and concave ridge.