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v. t.1.
1.To lead about; to lead astray.
2.(Law) To contravene; to nullify; as, to circumduct acts of judicature.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Because we circumduct, they say we're going to trip the other athletes.
(10) The proper angle must be established, because a joint fixed in an overextended angle will cause the animal to circumduct while ambulating and result in disuse or abnormal locomotion.
* Never circumduct a weight or you risk damaging the rotator cuff muscles.
(6) Alternatively, painful visible snapping about the lateral aspect of the hip due to a tight iliotibial band (ITB) manifests when the patient is asked to circumduct the pelvis as if using a hula hoop, provoking the anterior/posterior snapping of the ITB over the greater trochanter (external snapping hip).
(9-14) A joint immobilized in an overextended angle will force the animal to circumduct the limb during gait and result in disuse or abnormal locomotion.
She has active reciprocal flexion/ extension in the hip, knee, and ankle and has essentially eliminated the circumducted gait initially present.