How to Pronounce sinew?

Correct pronunciation for the word "sinew" is [sˈɪnjuː], [sˈɪnjuː], [s_ˈɪ_n_j_uː].

"Sinew" in context

Sinew refers to the tendons and ligaments that connect muscle to bone and allow for the transfer of energy and force between the two. They are made up of collagen proteins and are an important anatomical feature in humans and animals. Without sinew, muscles would be unable to move and the body would be much less capable of completing daily tasks.

The word sinew is an old English term that originates from the Old Norse language word for "core". It has been used to describe the body's core strength due to its ability to hold and move other parts of the body in place.

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