Recent Examples of collarbone from the Web
Spiller’s career started to decline after breaking a collarbone in 2014.
Shattered vertebrae from a 1998 spill, which closely followed a broken shoulder and collarbone, might have resulted in paralysis, if not for his excellent physical shape, doctors told Smith.
The health department received 12 complaints of children with chemical burns, including breathing problems, and two who suffered broken collarbones after they were thrown from a ride.
For the last few months, Selena has mostly worn her hair in a cropped, collarbone-grazing cut, but has also played around with longer lengths, too — thanks to the magic of extensions.
Romo fractured his collarbone twice in 2015, limiting him to four games, and sustained a broken bone in his back last preseason that sidelined him long enough for Dak Prescott to take his job.
Bella's been going steadily shorter over the past few months, from long, Old Hollywood-esque waves to the collarbone-length bob Pat McGrath turned gold for a hot second.
After a week and a half in the hospital, surgery to her collarbone and more than a month out of school, Takacs returned to class, scrambling to catch up on her work.
Thomas, who led the Tour for the first four days, broke his collarbone.
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Definition of collarbone for English Language Learners
: a bone that connects the shoulder to the base of the neck
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