breastbone


breast·bone

noun \ˈbres(t)-ˌbōn\

: a flat, narrow bone in the middle of the chest to which the ribs are connected

Full Definition of BREASTBONE

:  sternum

First Known Use of BREASTBONE

before 12th century

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breast·bone

noun \ˈbres(t)-ˈbōn, -ˌbōn\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of BREASTBONE

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