extraterrestrial

[ ek-struh-tuh-res-tree-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF extraterrestrial
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL

But suppose some of our Extraterrestrial neighbors are also a bit touchy?

We are quite sure that these creatures are of extraterrestrial origin.

All those allusions to the extraterrestrial was so much bilge.

The extraterrestrial had even the ability to achieve a dry quality in his voice.

When Hank had finished, the extraterrestrial turned his eyes to Loo.

Every particle of that extraterrestrial wreck had been packed and crated with utmost care.

The experience of extraterrestrial research expanded the notion of nature.

The extraterrestrial stepped to one side and indicated the room behind him "Please enter, I assume you've come looking for us."

Cleveland now rests his extraterrestrial origin theory on an idea that the green stuff is chlorophyll.

These Extraterrestrial Rights Association people are a lot of blasted fanatics, themselves.

WORD ORIGIN

also extra-terrestrial, 1812, from extra- + terrestrial. As a noun from 1956.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL

exterior

adjectiveoutside
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