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See definition of cete on Dictionary.com
  • as incetacean
  • as inwhale

synonyms for cete

  • beluga
  • dolphin
  • grampus
  • mammal
  • narwal
  • orca
  • porpoise
  • whale
  • mammal
  • porpoise
  • baleen
  • beluga
  • cetacean
  • finback
  • grampus
  • narwhal
  • orca
  • rorqual
  • whopper
  • ceta
  • orc
  • sei
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How to use cete in a sentence

Milicete, mil'ĭ-cete, the name of an Indian tribe; written also Malicete.
A LITTLE BROTHER TO THE BEAR AND OTHER ANIMAL STORIESWILLIAM LONG
The Cete are all predaceous, fish, pelagic crustaceans, and especially squids and cuttlefishes forming their principal food.
ELEMENTARY ZOOLOGY, SECOND EDITIONVERNON L. KELLOGG
A badger's earth or warren is properly and generally called a "set" or "cete."
THE BADGERALFRED E. PEASE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CETE

  • beluga
  • cete
  • dolphin
  • grampus
  • mammal
  • narwal
  • orca
  • porpoise
  • whale
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.