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shoulder blade

the scapula.
Origin of shoulder blade
1250-1300; Middle English Unabridged
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Examples from the web for shoulder blade
  • Poets envisioned him as a handsome interloper from the east, with a shoulder blade made of ivory.
  • Sometimes, such abnormal development extends to the shoulder blade or the bones of the arm.
  • Position right fingers so they touch the shoulder blade area.
British Dictionary definitions for shoulder blade

shoulder blade

the nontechnical name for scapula
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shoulder blade in Medicine

shoulder blade n.
See scapula.

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shoulder blade in Science
shoulder blade
See scapula.
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