Jointed vs Arthromere - What's the difference?

jointed | arthromere |


As an adjective jointed

is having joints.

As a verb jointed

is (joint).

As a noun arthromere is

arthromere.

jointed

English

Etymology 1

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Having joints.
  • extremely full of people, packed, chockablock
  • *2008 Angela Phelan, " My Barbados beach date with the super rich" Irish Independent 19 January 2008:
  • *:Needless to mention that Christmas, Easter and the Coolmore Golf Classic see the place jointed , but last weekend saw a huge Irish crowd celebrate the launch of Quintessentially, the world's leading private members' club and concierge service.
  • *2011 Donncha O'Callaghan, Joking Apart: My Autobiography [ISBN 1409045013] p.154:
  • *:When I opened the door the place was jointed , packed with English players.
  • *2012 Eamonn Sweeney " Football series in league of its own" Irish Independent 27 May 2012:
  • *:Looking at the shots of an absolutely jointed Dalymount Park, the feverish atmosphere still palpable, you could see why for my father's generation the Phibsboro ground would always be the spiritual home of Irish football.
  • *2014 Gavin O'Connor " Austin Stacks Club News" Tralee Today 5 August 2014:
  • *:The landmark Hostelry at the Bottom of the Rock reopened over a week ago and has been ‘jointed’ ever since.
  • Derived terms
    * jointedly * jointedness

    Etymology 2

    See (joint) (verb)

    Verb

    (head)
  • (joint)
  • arthromere

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (anatomy) Any of the constitutive body segments of a jointed animal.
  • Derived terms

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