It is shod with whalebone, ivory, or the jawbones of a whale.
The jawbones of a whale were used for the framework and runners.
After a battle the victors mutilated the bodies of the slain, cutting out the jawbones and cleaning them of flesh.
Hanging on these sticks were the skulls and jawbones of men, pigs and crocodiles.
Mr. Trimm had a feeling that the skin must be stretched very tight on his jawbones and his forehead.
Intermaxillary, in-tėr-maks′il-ar-i, adj. situated between the jawbones.
The handle curves gracefully to the back of the jawbones, where it is attached to a palmette.
He snatches the damaged hat from Jawbones, to hand it back the next moment; holds it out.
Mechanically, automatically, not knowing what he did, Luke prepared for his ride home to Jawbones.
Jawbones was, I think we must say, an old-world house, and had the date 1623 carved over the doorway.