tympanic

[tim-pan-ik]
adjective
pertaining or belonging to a tympanum.

Origin:
1800–10; tympan(um) + -ic

posttympanic, adjective
pretympanic, adjective
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tympanic (tɪmˈpænɪk)
 
adj
1.  anatomy, architect of, relating to, or having a tympanum
2.  of, relating to, or resembling a drumhead

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tympanic tym·pan·ic (tĭm-pān'ĭk)
adj.

  1. Relating to or resembling a drum of the ear.

  2. or tym·pa·nal (tĭm'pə-nəl) Of or relating to the tympanic cavity or membrane.

  3. Resonant.

  4. Tympanitic.

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Example sentences
Also called the tympanic membrane grave: noun: specific place where a body is
  buried.
Those oscillations exerted pressure onto the tympanic membrane in your ears.
At the receiving end, the outer ears collect the waves' energy, causing
  vibrations in the tympanic membrane-the eardrum.
Otoscopy was repeated, revealing both tympanic membranes to be free of cerumen,
  intact and in excellent condition.
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