fossil

[ fos-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF fossil

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No, not a vestage of the fossil is there, not a skull, not a shinbone.

If he turns his attention to fossil animals, he is a palaeontologist.

It was no more fossil than I am; but they call it fossil when it is dug up.

Instead of which the fossil was what he always had been—just one too many.

Their base is Copal, a fossil, resinous substance of vegetable origin.

Fossil—Fossell: this is a fossil, you see, and I'm called Fossell: and so he sends it to me.

But on the whole it is astonishing how little we know of fossil whales.

Even their half-digested remains have been preserved in fossil.

How his Companies could go on putting up with such a fossil for chairman was a marvel!

There is no time when a fossil looks so well as when first exposed.

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