Collarbone in a sentence as a noun

Shout, shake her, or dig your knuckles into her collarbone.

You can break an arm in wrestling, and a collarbone in skiing, if you're not careful.

If you fall off your bike and break your collarbone or leg or something, it's not really a big deal.

Could be a broken collarbone and facial injury?

This allows the torch to be swung down onto a victim's collarbone breaking it and disabling that arm.

I understand that fear --People sometimes don't understand why I say I am glad my daughter snapped her collarbone.

I had to re-think "desks" after breaking my collarbone two months ago, and spent a lot of time in my make-shift couch lay-down desk.

One wound, located above the left collarbone, caused no significant injury.

When I broke my collarbone last year, I joined a massive 'community' of patients with the most commonly broken bone in the human body.

Collarbone definitions


bone linking the scapula and sternum

See also: clavicle