shoulder blade

NOUN
  1. either of two flat triangular bones one on each side of the shoulder in human beings
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How To Use shoulder blade In A Sentence

  • The rhomboids are between the shoulder blades and they help in rotation, elevation and retraction of the shoulder blades.
  • Do not press on the spine or the shoulder blade itself.
  • At his best, the 27-year-old plays his brand of power tennis with the sort of easy grace you would usually associate with a toreador twirling his cape, waiting for the exact moment to sink the estoque between the bull's shoulder blades.
  • Draw your shoulder blades toward each other and feel broad across the collarbones.
  • The team also discovered parts of a thigh bone, ribs, vertebrae, a collarbone, pelvis and shoulder blade.
  • The suit should be flat against your shoulder blades, with no wrinkles on the rear.
  • With abdominals tight and shoulder blades pulled back and down, bend knees and hinge forward without losing neutral back alignment.
  • Suddenly there was a sharp stab of pain in her shoulder blade, and she leaned forward quickly, a sharp cry escaping out of her throat.
  • The oddest of all has to be 'scapulimancy': seeing into the future by means of the cracks in shoulder blades. Femalefirst.co.uk - Celebrity Gossip + Lifestyle Magazine
  • The upper arm joins the shoulder blade in an approximate right angle.
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