- n. Plural form of collarbone.
“My wife has broken collarbones twice, one each side, caused by wrecks on jumping horses.”
“To that end, Manhattan designer Richard Chai refit the aloha shirt with cutouts at the shoulders and collarbones in a fuchsia iris pattern with matching hot-pants.”
“How would you know, what with your head up your ass to the collarbones?”
“Gia was used to being on the dance floor, at eye level with hundreds of collarbones.”
“Nars Illuminator £21.50, spacenk.co.ukA luxurious cream that's thick enough to target areas such as cheeks and collarbones.”
“Dab over foundation and before powder, only where light would naturally hit smooth skin – brow, cheek and collarbones, a touch on the forehead.”
“I especially appreciated how she drew Ruth as skinny, but she also captured the hollow eyes, unattractively prominent collarbones, and general air of weakness that comes along with crash dieting.”
“He had fully healed from the sickness, though I noted the prominence of his collarbones and the greenish tinge under his cheerful blue eyes.”
““As the father of a three-year-old who was shaken by her baby nurse when she was only five days old, breaking three ribs, both collarbones and causing a severe brain injury, words cannot describe my reaction,” said Donohue.”
“His hair is slick at the temples, the hollow where his collarbones meet wet and glistening.”
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