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bony

  

      adj  
   (=thin)  
[face, hands, fingers]  
osseux (-euse)     
→ an old man with a bony face and white hair        
→ He poked a long bony finger in Billy's chest.        
[person]   anguleux (-euse)     
→ He was tall, thin, and bony.        
     (ANATOMY)   (=made of bone)  
[tissue, jaw, ridge]  
osseux (-euse)     
→ The animal possessed bony jaws lined with teeth.        
→ the bony ridge of the eye socket        
   [fish]   plein (e)   d'arêtes  
→ I wish kippers weren't so bony.        
→ a delicious but extremely bony fish        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
See also:

bonny, boy, botany, bouncy

Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
adj.
osseux
adj.
anguleux
[Tech.]
n.
soudure osseuse
[Med.]
n.
syndesmophyte
[Med.]
n.
sourcil cotyloïdien
[Med.]
n.
vo¹te palatine
[Med.]
n.
remaniement osseux
[Med.]
n.
os frontal
[Med.]
n.
excroissance osseuse
[Med.]
n.
lame osseuse spirale
[Med.]
n.
bec-de-perroquet
[Med.]
n.
canal semi-circulaire
[Med.]
n.
cément
[Med.]
n.
cornet moyen
[Med.]
n.
cornet de Santorini
[Med.]
n.
cornet supérieur
[Med.]
n.
cornet inférieur
[Med.]
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'bony' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
adj.
bony ; jagged
n.
bony crepitation
[Med.]
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