bone structure (bəʊn ˈstrʌktʃə)
- (biology) the skeletal composition of a human or animal
- the bones underlying a person's face, especially if the person is considered attractive
Example Sentences Including 'bone structure'
He added: "I'm never going to be a stick insect -that's not my natural shape or bone structure.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
He looks quite striking with his extremely dark skin and fine bone structure , like a Nubian.
THE EXECUTION (2002)
Her fine bone structure became marked, almost like a frozen mask.
Lean body, light bone structure Walking, swimming, running, court sports, fencing, skating, gymnastics, rebounding.
Stay Well This Winter
One treatment with the new Restylane SubQ can give you the bone structure you wish you had inherited.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
The fossils are similar to modern hummingbirds in size, bone structure and beak length.
They will be regularly tested for muscle tone, cardiovascular condition, changes in immune system, bone structure and mood.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
shadows created by the angular bone structure of his face more striking.
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