Definition of 'rib cage'
Example sentences containing 'rib cage'
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It's hard to breathe because your rib cage is forced down on to the lungs.The Sun (2016)
It's like a serial killer getting in a huff because your rib cage damaged his expensive flick knife.The Sun (2009)
When there is no food to feed the cattle the choices become as starkly defined as the bones on the rib cages of the cows.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
As you squeeze your buttocks, stand and raise your body up on toes of both feet while pulling right elbow back past your rib cage.The Sun (2010)
WITH his exposed rib cage and sunken chest, you would be forgiven for thinking this man was a victim of a concentration camp.The Sun (2006)
More often, pain in this area comes from the rib cage below the breast - which usually means bruising or a pulled muscle.The Sun (2008)
Definition of rib cage from the Collins English Dictionary
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