extinct

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An animal (now extinct) which was half horse and half griffin.

An extinct pachyderm that flourished when the Pterodactyl was in fashion.

Where there is desire, there must be discontent: if we are satisfied with all things, desire is extinct.

Who could be sure that the old megalosauri, and megalichthys were extinct?

He looks exhausted, care-worn, spiritless, (p. 242) extinct.

This must also have been the case with the pithecanthropoids and other extinct transitory forms.

That is the sense in which I meant to use the word "extinct."

And the marvels of extinct nations can not hold a candle to the marvels of Nature.

In Italy it was extinct; and it was to become so, too, in Spain within the century.

Does Scotland go on vapouring about an extinct nationality or the right of the Stuarts?

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