abductor oculi

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abductor oculi

  1. (obsolete, anatomy) A muscle that draws the eye outwards
    • date? The Royal English dictionary: or, A treasury of the English language
      • The Abductor oculi, or abductor of the eyes is one of the four muscles, which rises from the bottom of the orbit, and draws the eye towards the outward canthus...