spine in a sentence

spine meaning:

n.) The backbone;spinal column.

n.) A sharp appendage to any of a plant; a thorn.





n.) determination or strength of character.

n.) a stiff, hard back or ridge of something

n.) A sharp appendage to any of a plant; a thorn.

spine sentence:

He broke his spine in a fall from a horse.

She injured her spine in a riding accident.

The disease had deformed his spine.

Modern books display their titles on their spines.

You have no spine to jump over that wall.

As you grow older, your spine shortens by about an inch.

Surgeons are trying to remove a bullet lodged near his spine.

Our spine is one of the strongest parts of our body.

Healthy posture makes our spine strong and firm.

What are the causes of spine problems?

Her spine gave a soft cracking sound.

In a book store, it is often the details on the spine that attract the attention first.

Your son’s spine is slightly curved, and may give him back problems as he grows older.

A ripple of fear passed down his spine.

The eerie howl of the siren sent chills up her spine.

Simmons, suffered a fractured spine, fractures of both legs and facial cuts.

The lower part of her spine was crushed in the accident.

The drug is injected directly into the base of the spine.

The pin in her spine will have to be changed as she grows.





Whenever I hear that music, I feel a shiver down my spine.

He felt the hardness of the iron railing press against his spine.

Messages travel along the spine from the nerve endings to the brain.

This exercise encourages suppleness in the spine without undue strain on the body.

This method is suitable for treatment of tuberculosis of spine with kyphotic deformity.

The disease had deformed his spine.

He suffered from curvature of the spine.

A bone in my spine was out of alignment .

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