Examples of lobe in a Sentence
the frontal lobe of the brain
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The low, broad sweep of coastal estuary rimming a lobe of Matagorda Bay shore was the larder and kitchen, with the bayou/slough connecting the reach of rich wetlands to the bay serving as the dining room.
The condom reportedly made its way to her lungs and blocked one of her airways, resulting in pneumonia and, ultimately, causing the upper right lobe of her lung to collapse.
The most significant differences in brain volume were seen in the temporal and prefrontal lobes, including areas associated with activity, attention, and motor control.
As the couples stumble through their daily frustrations, the film occasionally pauses to overlay a brain chart on the action, lighting up the glands and lobes Julia deems responsible for their behaviors.
If a dye can show that cancer is confined to a small node, surgeons can remove a wedge instead of a whole lobe and preserve more breathing capacity, said On Target chief Marty Low.
Their pale, pinkish clay offsets the denser hues of emerald, siena and ocher in the paintings, and their bent and folded planes, wedges and lobes rhyme with the geometries on paper.
The mile-long frozen debris lobe, as it's formally known, has been sliding toward the highway like a glacier at about 15 feet annually.
Cut around core of 1 apple, removing flesh in 3 lobes.
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Origin and Etymology of lobe
First Known Use: 1541See Words from the same year
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Definition of lobe for English Language Learners
: a curved or rounded part of something (such as a leaf or a part of the body)
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medical Definition of lobe
- the lobe of the ear
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