Example sentences for mandible

Here you can find a large assortment of example sentences for the word mandible, or in other words sentences that can help you learn how to use mandible in a sentence. Learning how to use a word in a sentences can be very helpful, for example when it comes to learning how to use the word in a sentence, in which context the word can be used as well as to learn the true meaning of the word "mandible".

Mandible in a sentence

Here below you will find several sentences that illustrate how to use the word mandible in a sentence.

  1. The mandible (lower jaw) is robust.

  2. The mandible (lower jaw) is long and low.

  3. The mandible was strong and very elongated.

  4. The mandible (lower jaw) is short and deep.

  5. Small fenestrae also penetrated each mandible.

  6. The lower mandible is pale grey to almost white.

  7. The mandible (lower jaw) is less robust than in T.

  8. The mandible had a flange on each side of the front.

  9. Catopsbaatar's mandible was robust and very elongated.

  10. The bill is short with a sharp, hooked tip to the upper mandible.

  11. The mandible articulated with the skull below the back of the orbit.

  12. Many birds have a slight overhang at the tip of their upper mandible.

  13. The lower mandible is grayish and pale, and the tail is long and rounded.

  14. The mandible was slender and delicate at the front, but deep at the back.

  15. There was a diastema (gap) between the incisors and molars of the mandible.

  16. He also thought that a large mandible and paddle attributed to Pleiosaurus ?

  17. The retroarticular process of the mandible (a backwards projection) was long.

  18. The incomplete mandible of the largest specimen (CMN 8880) is the same length.

  19. The upper mandible of the bill is black, and the lower is gray with a black tip.

  20. Unusually, this opening extended past the jaw joint and the back of the mandible.

  21. The upper mandible, including the nares and nasal groove, is covered with bristles.

  22. The mandible is variable in colour, mostly ivory, with the upper part often bluish-grey.

  23. When viewed from the side, little tapering is visible in the mandible, strengthening it.

  24. The mandible had large, deep set foramina, which ran almost up to a deep sulcus (furrow).

  25. There are rictal bristles covering around 40% of the maxilla and 25% of the lower mandible.

  26. The eyes are dark brown and the bill is blackish with a yellowish base to the lower mandible.

  27. The mandible was about 52–60 mm (2.0–2.4 in) long and 4–5 mm (0.16–0.20 in) deep at the back.

  28. The mandible (lower jaw) looks chunky and has a long condyloid process at its back; that of T.

  29. Only the rear part of the cranium was in good condition, but the mandible was mostly undamaged.

  30. In the mandible, the angular and coronoid processes are less well-developed than in Holochilus.

  31. Juveniles are similar to females though with an obvious pale yellow edge to the lower mandible.

  32. The bill is large, strong, and sharp-edged, with the upper mandible terminating in a large hook.

  33. The bill is pale blue-grey with a dark grey tip, its upper mandible elongated to a slender hook.

  34. Standing in 1909 from two fragments of a maxilla (upper jaw) and a complete mandible (lower jaw).

  35. Tabanoid families seem to be united by the presence of a venom canal in the mandible of the larvae.

  36. They cautioned this is impossible to confirm until associated skull and mandible material is found.

  37. In 2020, a fossil mandible from a dire wolf was found in the vicinity of Harbin, northeastern China.

  38. The front of the mandible was shovel-like, resulting in a gap between the tips of the jaws when shut.

  39. This concave underside of the premaxillae would have complemented a convex and enlarged mandible tip.

  40. The mandible was slightly curved, and each half had a single fenestra (opening), as in other pigeons.

  41. There is a black groove running the length of the mandible that merges into the skin around the eyes.

  42. The front 14 cm (5.5 in) of the dentary in the mandible sloped upwards towards the curve of the snout.

  43. Veldmeijer and colleagues assigned the front part of a mandible collected from the same formation to T.

  44. The upper mandible is paler brown-grey with a darker tip, and has been recorded as black while nesting.

  45. The tongue normally lies coiled in the mouth, free at the back and attached to the mandible at the front.

  46. The underside of the tail was greyish, the upper beak was dark reddish brown, and the mandible was black.

  47. The coronoid process of the mandible (where the lower jaw connects with the skull) in Ambulocetus is steep.

  48. The mental foramen, an opening at the front of the mandible, just before the first molar, opens to the side.

  49. The bill was bicoloured; the upper mandible was chalky-blue with a black tip while the lower mandible was red.

  50. The upper mandible of the 8 cm (3 in) long bill is black, and the lower mandible can be pink, orange or lilac.

Synonyms for mandible

Another way to better understand how a word can be used is to examine what synonyms it has, and how these synonyms can be used. For example, the word mandible has the following synonyms: lower jaw, mandibula, mandibular bone, submaxilla, lower jawbone, jawbone and jow.

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