noun, plural ma·nu·bri·a [muh-noo-bree-uh, -nyoo-] /məˈnu bri ə, -ˈnyu-/, ma·nu·bri·ums.
Origin of manubrium
Related formsma·nu·bri·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for manubrium
An articular facet begins on the manubrium near the neck and spirals halfway around the head of the malleus.Genera and Subgenera of Chipmunks|John A. White
In Tiaropsis indicans the manubrium recovers in normal water sooner than the nectocalyx.
The stomach may be drawn out into the manubrium, forming a proboscis (“Magenstiel”) of considerable length.
The sternum is much wider than long, and no specimens give evidence of a manubrium.Dragons of the Air|H. G. Seeley
It differs from Limnocodium in having practically no manubrium but a wide mouth two-thirds the diameter of the umbrella across.