Thesaurus / amphibious
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Long before the USS Bonhomme Richard, an amphibious assault ship, caught fire Sunday morning, San Diego portside communities were already working to measure and quell the air pollution they regularly experience from nearby industrial shipyards.

Chief among these amphibious forms in the warmer seas are the Crabs of the genera Ocypode and Gelasimus and some of their allies.

The Life of CrustaceaWilliam Thomas Calman

The amphibious inmates of the marine town never go ashore, but are a species of otter or seal.

In Canton it is estimated that a hundred and fifty thousand people thus live in boats, leading a kind of amphibious existence.

From Egypt to JapanHenry M. Field

These islanders are amphibious, brought up with "one foot on sea, one foot on shore."

Colonel Glover, with his amphibious regiment of Marblehead fishermen, was in advance.

The double incentives of revenge and greed made the amphibious rascal excessively daring.

Certainly he might justly have been called a sea-horse—better than many of the amphibious animals who bear that name.

It is an amphibious book, and those who like fighting on land and sea may have their fill.

Essays on Modern NovelistsWilliam Lyon Phelps

This amphibious animal was harpooned while in combat with a crocodile, in a lake in the interior of Africa.

WORDS RELATED TO AMPHIBIOUS

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.