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torso

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Human, Sculpture
torsotor‧so /ˈtɔːsəʊ $ ˈtɔːrsoʊ/ noun (plural torsos) [countable]  1 HBHyour body, not including your head, arms, or legs the torso of a woman2 AVSa statue of a torso
Examples from the Corpus
torsoWith his slitty eyes and buff torso, he plays Eddie as a guy who probably moves his lips when he reads.The search led to the discovery of a headless torso in the woods.Her legs were still; her shoulders dropped; her torso folded into itself.Yet only seconds after the first splash hit him I felt a tiny movement in his torso.He swung his legs over the windowsill and for an instant his torso seemed to disappear into the darkness inside.He had burns over much of his torso.Kevin liked to walk around the house in nothing but a pair of jeans, showing off his muscular torso.Perversa is another nude torso with an unusual shining halo: Gyrating plants creep across it.A slight strain will be felt in the abdomen and at the point where the legs join the torso.Not only are they vital to our posture, they help keep the torso flexible.Attach the arms to the torso with cocktail sticks.
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