noun, plural tra·pe·zi·us·es. Anatomy.
Origin of trapezius
Examples from the Web for trapezius
Contemporary Examples of trapezius
The bullet tore through my voice box and larynx before lodging itself in my trapezius.15 Rounds and Still Talking: Lt. Brian Murphy’s Story of the Oak Creek Massacre
Simran Jeet Singh
August 5, 2013
Also, he lifted weights with his teeth to bulk up his neck and trapezius muscles.Tom Hardy’s Inner Warrior
September 17, 2011
Historical Examples of trapezius
Bradford inserts a portion of the trapezius into the humeral insertion of the deltoid.
In time other muscles compensate in part for the loss of the trapezius.
The next muscles to become stiff and painful are those of the neck, especially the sterno-mastoid and trapezius.Manual of Surgery
Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
A not infrequent accompaniment is a shrug of one or both shoulders, due to synergic contraction of the trapezius.Tics and Their Treatment
noun plural -uses
Word Origin for trapezius
1704, from Modern Latin trapezius (musculus), masc. adjective from trapezium (see trapezium).