tibialis (tib-i-ay-lis) n. either of two muscles in the leg, extending from the tibia to the metatarsal bones of the foot. t. anterior the muscle that turns the foot inwards and flexes the toes backwards. t. posterior the muscle that extends the toes and inverts the foot.
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