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A fan-shaped muscle which runs from the side of the skull to the back of the lower jaw and is involved in closing the mouth and chewing:[as modifier] ‘temporalis muscle’
- ‘The mass was palpable along the right temporalis muscle.’
- ‘The primary jaw muscles were the superficial elements of the temporalis.’
- ‘The first masticatory jaw motions involve irregular contractions of both the masseter and temporalis muscles.’
- ‘There are thirty-two segments devoted to a particular muscle, such as the temporalis.’
- ‘The temporal ridges are enlarged and help support large temporalis muscles.’
Late 17th century: from late Latin.
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