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
How to use clavicle in a sentence
The medicine pumped through my body through a port inserted underneath my skin below my left clavicle.The Anatomy Of A Breast Cancer Survivor: ‘Early Detection Saved My Life’|Charli Penn|October 6, 2020|Essence.com
The air cell termed clavicular sends a process outward towards the arm, along with the blood vessels which supply the arm.
Hence the clavicular arch may be lost, though the collar bones are retained in man.
It—it's quite a mild form of er—clavicular—not at all infectious at present.Lyre and Lancet|F. Anstey