Lockjaw

Definition of Lockjaw

Lock´jaw`
n.1.(Med.) A contraction of the muscles of the jaw by which its motion is suspended; a variety of tetanus; trismus.

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Lock
Lock bay
Lock chamber
Lock hospital
Lock nut
Lock plate
Lock rail
Lock rand
Lock step
Lock stitch
Lock washer
Lock-down
lock-gate
Lock-weir
Lockage
lockbox
Locked-jaw
Locken
Locker
Locket
-Lockjaw-
Lockless
Lockman
lockmaster
locknut
Lockout
Lockram
Locksmith
Lockup
Locky
Loco
Loco disease
Locofoco
locoism
locomote
Locomotion
Locomotive
Locomotive boiler
Locomotive car
Locomotive engine
Locomotiveness
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