Flex vs Ischiocavernosus - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between flex and ischiocavernosus
is that flex
is (uncountable) flexibility, pliancy while ischiocavernosus
is (anatomy) a muscle just below the surface of the perineum, used to flex the anus, stabilize the erect penis (in males), and tense the vagina (in females).
As a verb flex
is to bend something.
(uncountable) Flexibility, pliancy.
(countable) The act of flexing.
(uncountable, chiefly, British) Any flexible insulated electrical wiring.
(countable, geometry) A point of inflection.
To bend something.
To repeatedly bend one of one's joints.
To move part of the body using one's muscles.
(bodybuilding) To tighten the muscles for display of size or strength.
* 1994 , Elise Title, Body Heat? , page 189
- He rubbed his hands together. "Believe it or not, there was a time when I considered giving acting a go. What do you think, Miss Fox?" He flexed impressive biceps. "Would I have had a chance against the Schwarzeneggers and the Chuck Norris types?"
(anatomy) A muscle just below the surface of the perineum, used to flex the anus, stabilize the erect penis (in males), and tense the vagina (in females).