noun, plural ep·i·pu·bes [ep-uh-pyoo-beez]. /ˌɛp əˈpyu biz/. Zoology.
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OTHER WORDS FROM epipubisep·i·pu·bic, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for epipubis
In the pelvis the pubis remains cartilaginous, and there is a bifid cartilaginous epipubis.
All except the epipubis take part in the formation of the acetabulum, which is perforated by a prominent hole.
The large bone generally called the pubis in Crocodiles is probably an epipubis.
Projecting forwards from it is a bifid cartilaginous epipubis.
In Xenopus also there is a minute epipubis similar to that of Urodeles.