Groin [noun]

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Even in Week 3, when Young suffered a groin injury, he traversed the sideline with a bag of ice taped to his inner thigh.

It also saw quarterback Derek Carr exit with a groin injury.

Carr, back in the lineup after suffering a groin injury in the Raiders’ previous game, completed 11 of 20 first-half passes for 129 yards.

Items like hot water bottles can be placed in the groin, both armpits, and around the neck.

In Minnesota’s Week 5 game against the Seattle Seahawks, the Vikings lost star running back Dalvin Cook in the third quarter to a groin injury.

The medical examiner found that Rosenbaum was shot in the groin and back—which fractured his pelvis and perforated his right lung and liver—and his left hand.

Now with the same wind, the 12th of July, the duke of Medina with his fleet departed from the Groin.

The fleet, with much ado, after some days came to the Groin, and other harbours near adjoining.

Then she was hanging five feet out in the air over the sacred groin some fifty feet below.

Out beyond the great knee, Snake regarded her from his perch in the groin of yellow leaf.