Did you mayhaps mean hipbone?
- n. Plural form of hipbone.
“Responding to a call, a Humane Society officer found a Doberman mix with its ribs, hipbones and backbone visible.”
“Chuckling, he kissed across my hips, biting gently on the little bumps of my hipbones, before nibbling his way down my thighs, to my knees.”
“I picture her in the gym locker room, leaning across the sink to slap that gunk on her lips, her knobby, protruding hipbones jutting out to stab the counter.”
“He manages to make the white apron look sexy somehow, his hipbones showing through a little.”
“Feels her hipbones, and her stomach, raw and hollow.”
“A warm breeze came in through the window and grazed against the bare flesh of her stomach, her shirt raised up over her ribs, her hand tracing a slow line between her hipbones.”
“Laura asked, and lifted up her shirt, sucking in so hard her ribs hung carelessly over her hipbones.”
“ It was something in cigarette smoke and cotton dresses that clung to hipbones, dirty summer rain and oven pizza that sizzled against dingy metal cookie sheets.”
“It's so nice to the little wrinkles around her eyes when she smiles, her shiny skin and all of the leg bones connected to the hipbones.”
“Be sure not to lift so high that your hipbones come off the floor.”
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