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jowl 1

(joul)
n.
1. The jaw, especially the lower jaw.
2. The cheek.

jowl 2

(joul)
n.
1. The flesh of the lower cheeks or lower jaw, especially when plump or flaccid.
2. A fleshy part similar to a jowl, such as the dewlap of a cow or the wattle of a fowl.

jowl

external throat or upper neck, especially if fat or loose skin is present. Anterior to the dewlap.

jowl abscess
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