Origin of clavicle
OTHER WORDS FROM claviclecla·vic·u·lar [kluh-vik-yuh-ler], /kləˈvɪk yə lər/, adjectivecla·vic·u·late [kluh-vik-yuh-leyt], /kləˈvɪk yəˌleɪt/, adjectivesub·cla·vic·u·lar, adjective
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How to use clavicle in a sentence
Victor was found by doctors who examined him last week to have suffered past injuries including a broken arm and clavicle.Florida Child Abuse Scandal: The Victim's New Life|Jacqui Goddard|February 24, 2011|DAILY BEAST
And the clavicle alone, Berger says, would have electrified the world of paleoanthropology.
The left shoulder, on the contrary, was smaller and sunken in, as if the clavicle had been displaced.
In the pelvic girdle the ilium corresponds to the scapula, the ischium to the coracoid, the pubis to the clavicle.Form and Function|E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
The upper part of the humerus, a part of the clavicle and a part of the scapula had been removed.Personal Recollections of the Civil War|James Madison Stone
It had severed the clavicle, and improperly knit, drew the left arm slightly forward.Terry|Charles Goff Thomson
He had once been a soldier, where the height of the men's clavicle is important in assigning the carrying of burdens.Camps and Trails in China|Roy Chapman Andrews and Yvette Borup Andrews