lower extremity n.
The hip, thigh, leg, ankle, or foot. Also called inferior limb, pelvic limb.
He gave one of Zarathustra's over-sized ears a playful tug, absently noting a series of small nodules along its lower extremity.
Perforations of the lower extremity of the bone were very common.
To lessen the hold of the wind upon the knotted cord, he made the lower extremity fast to one of the riders of the Durande.
Moreover, the lower extremity is terminated by four strong spurs.
A few persistent ones hung about the lower extremity of the street or lurked about the piers, spooning.
This consists of a strong pole in an inclined position, with its lower extremity frozen fast in the ice.
At the lower extremity of a glacier the ice, as everybody knows, is blue and transparent.
The shaft-groove is very slight, even at its lower extremity, and runs out in a few inches toward the handle.
The terminal moraines consist of all the débris brought down by the glacier to its lower extremity.
To the right below the inscription are symbolic ornaments, and towards the lower extremity two superb human profiles.