Avulse

• (v. t.) To pluck or pull off.
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avulse

verb separate by avulsion
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Avulse

A·vulse' transitive verb [ Latin avulsus , past participle of avellere to tear off; a ( ab ) + vellere to pluck.] To pluck or pull off. Shenstone.
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Avulse

Avulse: To separate or tear away a body part, as from an accident or surgery. While playing football, he avulsed a spinous process.
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avulse

to pluck or tear away by force
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avulse

[v] - separate by avulsion
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