rib cage

  1. the bony enclosing wall of the chest
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How To Use rib cage In A Sentence

  • No bulging rib cages, no collar bones out to here, no sunken eyes or bizarre hipbone bulges.
  • The presence of gastroliths (gizzard stones) in the rib cages of some specimens shows that this view is correct.
  • She traced the long scar that went from his rib cage to his hipbone, stroking it very lightly with her fingertips. FLIGHT LESSONS
  • It feels like a gorilla is playing the drums in my rib cage. Times, Sunday Times
  • The rib cage presses down on the pelvis, reducing thoracic and abdominal space.
  • Reach of stride of the foreleg is dependent upon correct angulation, musculation and ligamentation of the forequarters, together with correct width of chest and construction of rib cage.
  • The squeegee method creates looping swags of paint which resemble fabric folds, or even, at times, X-ray images of rib cages.
  • Her hands pressed down her rib cage to the indent of her waistline, to the smooth curve of her narrow hips. KING OF THE MOUNTAIN
  • The accident left him with limited movement on his right side and he suffered a broken rib cage and collarbone and collapsed lungs.
  • But she held firm, and when he realized she was serious, panic gripped him, clamping his rib cage like a vise.
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