"Our minister called them bipeds, in the pulpit, last Sunday," she added.
Another example is: "Men are bipeds; birds are bipeds; hence, men are birds."
Bipeds, undeniably, are set up with some likeness to humanity.
An agglomeration of bipeds who subsist on one another's shanks.
It was a mere cattle track—used only very occasionally by bipeds.
The descent is too slippery and difficult for bipeds laden with petticoats.
But as for the goldfinches returning—it is the instinct of us bipeds to return.
Here there is question only of the prodigious art which has formed snakes, quadrupeds, birds, fish and bipeds.
But this little essay at hunting yielded me no game of bipeds, feathered or otherwise.
Ere long numerous black lumps on the prairie told of death to the quadrupeds and success to the bipeds.