Noun(1) the crease at the junction of the inner part of the thigh with the trunk together with the adjacent region and often including the external genitals(2) a curved edge formed by two intersecting vaults(3) a protective structure of stone or concrete; extends from shore into the water to prevent a beach from washing away
Verb(1) build with groins
(1) It suggests that the laparoscopic method may be better for hernias that occur on both sides of the groin and for recurrences.(2) Now he dropped the sword and she brought her knee up into the man's groin .(3) It can also give you a fever, low-back pain or pain in your groin (the area where the legs meet your body).(4) He could hear her breath quicken, her moans deepen, as her hands fought to find access to his groin where she could turn the tables on him.(5) The pain may be in the groin , buttocks, anterior thigh, or over the area of the greater trochanter.(6) Eventually, but without warning, she pulled away, her lips leaving his again, her hand drifting from his groin .(7) She kneed him in the groin and ran for the front door.(8) He crumbled to the floor, clutching his groin in agony.(9) One week before the competition while throwing one of my practice partners, I injured my groin .(10) The most common cause of groin pain in athletes is probably adductor strain.(11) A local anesthetic is injected into your groin to numb the area.(12) A fortnight ago, he had 35 goals before a groin injury sidelined him.(13) It is characterized by heavy, load-bearing masonry, the round-headed arch and its derivatives, the groin , and barrel vaulting.(14) The corridor opened into a T-junction in a groin vault serving as a landing for a broad, dimly-lit staircase.(15) The defender's right elbow is locked and her hand cannot strike the attacker's groin .(16) For good measure, I added a kick to the groin and he doubled over on the kitchen floor, shouting curses at me.