shin bone

NOUN
  1. a cut of meat from the lower part of the leg
  2. the inner and thicker of the two bones of the human leg between the knee and ankle
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How To Use shin bone In A Sentence

  • Much examining of knees last week after the claims that you can tell the age of a woman just by looking at the joint between the shin bone and the thigh bone.
  • All that was left of my legs were my shin bones and my arm was flapping in bits. The Sun
  • All that was left of my legs were my shin bones and my arm was flapping in bits. The Sun
  • The patient had open fractures of shin bones, dextral pleuropneumonia (mild case), foreign bodies in chest cavity and chest.
  • I have 80-90 steel pins all up my shin bones, my leg and my knee and God knows how many stitches.
  • His shin bone was all twisted out at a peculiar angle, and there was blood staining the cloth of his pants.
  • He had an operation yesterday to reset the shin bone and the Scotland medical team are waiting to assess the success of the procedure. Times, Sunday Times
  • She had broken her shin bone and fractured the inside of her ankle and heel.
  • The lower part of the body, which includes the foot, the shin bone and the thigh bone clearly shows us that this species was an upright walking creature," he said.
  • The study relied instead on smaller solid bones, including ribs and shin bones.
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