anklebone

noun
an·​kle·​bone | \ ˈaŋ-kəl-ˌbōn , ˌaŋ-kəl-ˈ\

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An irregular band of solid red ringed both legs, just above the anklebone. Lisa Sanders, M.d., New York Times, "Why Couldn’t the Young Boy Walk?," 6 July 2017

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First Known Use of anklebone

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of anklebone was in the 14th century

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anklebone

noun
an·​kle·​bone | \ ˈaŋ-kəl-ˌbōn \

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