Variations included low- and high-slung lapels and collar lines, or jackets that buttoned across the torso at an angle.
His torso was nude and his legs had been amputated by the locomotive engine.
“It is not implausible that a greater proportion of torso and extremity fat may protect against injury,” the report said.
Every time he breathed, he felt pains all through his torso—fractured ribs.
Lee scores the middle-aged-man trifecta: a head full of hair—but none on his torso—and abs you can bounce a quarter off.
"It's the shirt," thought Skippy, glancing down at the bulging front that gave him the torso of a wrestler.
In every exercise feel a sympathetic expansion of the torso.
The upper part of this torso is remarkable for the grandeur of the lines.
They are all expressed by sympathy and right expansion of the torso.
At the turn of a path there is the torso of a goddess resting on an antique column; in a niche in the wall, a Roman bust.
torso tor·so (tôr'sō)
n. pl. tor·sos or tor·si (-sē)
The human body excluding the head and limbs; trunk.