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habitats

[ hab-i-tat ]SEE DEFINITION OF habitats
  • nounplace where someone resides
  • nounresidence

Synonyms for habitats

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Shall we take the remains of our meat and move on toward the habitats of men?

This completes our rapid survey of the habitats of the Hymenomycetes.

The Coniomycetes consist of two sections, which are based on their habitats.

Other Discomycetes are similar in their habitats to the Elvellacei.

Its habitats are the banks of rivers and streams, and in Osier-beds.

Plumage grayish and brown, in color harmony with their habitats.

They should be grown in warm or cool conditions according to their habitats.

I have found it in all the habitats described by Dr. Salisbury.

Indeed, the men who have made grape species have seldom been able to outline the habitats of their groups with much certainty.

These specimens have come from a variety of habitats from elevations of less than 1,000 meters.