The suspensory ligament is the fibrous cord which lies between the cannon bone and the back tendons.
The first course is laid upon the fore-edge of the suspensory ring.
The Ancients had a suspensory veto, but no initiative in legislation.
And finally, contraction of the suspensory ligament is of rare occurrence.
Caudad, the lesser omentum and the suspensory ligament are seen to have a common concave falciform edge.
The so-called “suspensory muscle of the duodenum” belongs to this category.
These bones are held together by ligaments, only one of which—the suspensory—demands special mention.
As a rule, severe injuries to the suspensory ligament incapacitate the subject for anything but slow, light work.
An Example of a "suspensory Bill" would be a small account from your haberdasher's for a pair of braces.
During the suspensory period Government would introduce an Amending Bill.
suspensory sus·pen·so·ry (sə-spěn'sə-rē)
Of or relating to a ligament, muscle, or other structure that supports or suspends an organ or another part. n.
A support or truss.
An athletic supporter.