Strike the breast gently with the palmar side of the right fist.
Bravo took palmar, by storm, after a resistance of three days.
As a limited eruption it is most frequently seen on the palms and soles—the palmar and plantar syphiloderm.
These are the three aspects: the palmar, dorsal and digital.
The two men left palmar together the next morning, and rode toward Mexico, which city they reached after a ten days' journey.
All specimens from Arteaga have two palmar tubercles; the inner and outer metatarsal tubercles are subequal in size.
Amputation by a long single flap, either dorsal or palmar, may be rendered necessary by accident.
The point in question is the arrangement which the tendons of these muscles present at the level of the palmar region of the hand.
I believe that had I incised freely and at once from the palmar surface, I would have been spared this unpleasant complication.
The lines on the palmar surfaces of the finger-tips are often of a simple nature as in the anthropoids.
palmar pal·mar (pāl'mər, päl'-, pä'mər)
Of, relating to, or corresponding to the palm of the hand.