noun, plural fur·cu·lae [fur-kyuh-lee]. /ˈfɜr kyəˌli/.
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OTHER WORDS FROM furculafur·cu·lar, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for furcula
The coracoids are large, and the clavicles are nearly always united forming the furcula.
The extremities of the furcula, where articulated to the coracoids, vary considerably in outline.
The size and shape of the perforations in the sternum, and the size and divergence of the arms of the furcula, differ.
In a pouter, the furcula had not been lengthened proportionally with the increased length of the body.
The furcula is large, and the scapula has a well developed acromion.