high arch

high arch

Pes cavus Orthopedics A foot characterized by a high anteroposterior arch, which is due to either orthopedic or neuromuscular defects
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But soon the fore part of him slowly rose from the water; for an instant his whole marbleized body formed a high arch, like Virginia's Natural Bridge, and warningly waving his bannered flukes in the air, the grand god revealed himself, sounded, and went out of sight.
In rough magnificence array'd, When ancient Chivalry display'd The pomp of her heroic games, And crested chiefs and tissued dames Assembled, at the clarion's call, In some proud castle's high arch'd hall.
I can see Raffles now, as he looked at me once more with a high arch over each clear eye.
Then the big gate swung slowly open, and they all passed through and found themselves in a high arched room, the walls of which glistened with countless emeralds.
Little they recked of the brushwood men who crouched in their rags along the fringe of the forest and looked with wild and haggard eyes at the rich, warm glow which shot a golden bar of light from the high arched windows of the castle.
These entrances open under a high arch, underneath which is an arched doorway with a window above.
The units will be overlooking the various attractions of the township including the Arco de Emperador, a 62-feet high arch monument inspired by the Arco de la Victoria of Madrid.
The township's centerpiece is the Arco de Emperador, a 62-feet high arch monument inspired by the Arco de la Victoria of Madrid and designed by Spanish sculptor Gines Serran Pagan.
The centerpiece of the township will be the Arco de Emperador, a 62-feet high arch monument inspired by the Arco de la Victoria of Madrid.
While I'm lucky to have a high arch, my demi-plie stinks.
Sherrille says: "The conventional brow style is to have a high arch and bring tail end back down, but that can really "is up the eye.