Definition of "trabecular" [tra•bec•u•lar]

  • Of or pertaining to a trabecula (adjective)

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Use "trabecular" in a sentence
  • "The inner part of the bone – called trabecular bone – is a honey-combed looking type of bone that gives structural strength to areas of the bone more prone to fracture."
  • "This structure is called trabecular or spongy bone because it looks a bit like sponge or honeycomb."
  • "Possibly quite a durable design for the climate; no effort to maintain at all … What appeals to me is the simplified solution to modern trabecular designs."