The Englishman had the torso of a prize-fighter, with a face like that of a fair-haired baby.
We find that under the ribs in the torso are all the vital organs.
In every exercise feel a sympathetic expansion of the torso.
They are all expressed by sympathy and right expansion of the torso.
He went over the patient's torso, up and down, back and forth.
That is, they had a head, a torso, two arms and two legs apiece.
We have passed beyond the mid-century, but Hugo is not to be presented as a torso.
It rises above the torso of a woman white as mother-of-pearl.
In the centre, Watson—bareheaded, his torso bare and his arms naked.
In substance and demonstration it must be regarded as a torso.