Pelvis in a sentence as a noun

Broken wrist, ribs, elbow, skull, pelvis and ankle, so far.

The human brain size is arbitrarily bound by the female pelvis size.

Perhaps your leg length difference is great enough that it's putting too much lateral stress on your pelvis/hips.

For instance a small donation from the pelvis regenerates in few weeks.

That's not my understanding of the modern interpretation of head size and pelvis size.

I'm trying to figure out if there is a good reason for the mammalian birth canal to go through the pelvis, without much luck.

Other airbags go off around her torso and pelvis, paying lots of attention to that spinal column.

Having a narrower pelvis implies having a smaller birth canal, which in turn puts pressure on having a shorter gestation period.

Evolutionarily, the pelvis has adapted as far as necessary, and no further.

Even going down a relatively city sidewalk is exhausting from the bumps and cracks, because jolting adds to the pain of sitting upright if your spine or pelvis are already in pain.

Confinement of ice formation to the pelvis of a rabbit kidney that was perfused with M22 at 22°C for 25min, bisected, and allowed to passively cool in air in a CryoStar freezer at about 130°C...

Gender is more than just whether you have dangly bits hanging off your pelvis, it's also a very critical part of a person's core identity, and there are a lot of different variations.

Your genitals, height, the shape of your pelvis, the amount of various hormones in your system and the ratio of white/grey matter in your brain are primarily determined by whether you have one X chromosome or two.

It is also simply not true what you are saying, just think about the main function of the hip flexors - pulling the knee up, and the function of the glutes - rotating the pelvis; then think which of those two actions is more common in cycling and to which degree.

Pelvis definitions


the structure of the vertebrate skeleton supporting the lower limbs in humans and the hind limbs or corresponding parts in other vertebrates


a structure shaped like a funnel in the outlet of the kidney into which urine is discharged before passing into the ureter