habitat

[ hab-i-tat ]SEE DEFINITION OF habitat

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The habitat and time of growth of each plant is given, also its edibility.

I have given the habitat and the time when each species can be found.

Pascuense, pertaining to pastures; referring to its habitat.

Its habitat, with us, is along the banks of small brooks in the woods.

To them what would humanity be but civilization's opportunity, its habitat, its food-supply?

Their habitat is in the hottest and driest parts of the country.

The range or habitat of the tiger is more limited than that of the lion.

Meet your fellow dancers in their own habitat, behind the scenes.

It has a habitat and a manner, a character and a vernacular.

Their habitat (that is, the place where they grow) is peculiar.

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