- n. alternative spelling of rib cage.
“But, the fact ... which Tom points out in his blog [a man's] ribcage is about as wide as his pelvic bone.”
“Three days later better buck, 18 yards, hit in ribcage, again little penetration. no blood, could not find.”
“First buck 20 yards hit in ribcage, loud crack when hit.”
“Sure do, though everyone’s ribcage is somewhat unique ….”
“This means they will have to approach the animal from the front to avoid the ribcage, which is tricky.”
“The boy's mother told police that when she lifted him "he felt crunchy," referring to his ribcage.”
“That third cake--the 'ribcage' cake, looks way too phallic for me.”
“As a junior enlisted Soldier, I realize that I am a member of an under-appreciated, much-chastised group of Soldiers which is known as the ribcage, or perhaps pancreas, of the Army.””
“Its weight is distributed across the entire surface, a carefully spaced "ribcage" ensuring the shades remain in place during use but also reduce friction from the usual support areas such as the nose-bridge and ears.”
“In just one touch of her hand and my exhalation of breath, my ribcage and whole right side opened up effortlessly.”
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