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See definition of invertebrates on Dictionary.com
  • as inweakling
  • as inweak sister
  • as incoward
  • as inanimal

synonyms for invertebrates

  • wimp
  • baby
  • chicken
  • coward
  • crybaby
  • jellyfish
  • misfit
  • pushover
  • chickenheart
  • cream puff
  • dotard
  • invertebrate
  • yellowbelly
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antonyms for invertebrates

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    How to use invertebrates in a sentence

    The amphioxus, the bridge between invertebrates and vertebrates, is not hermaphrodite.
    THE NATURAL PHILOSOPHY OF LOVEREMY DE GOURMONT
    They cared nothing for mammonism, that some philosophical crank has defined to be a physical force that makes men invertebrates.
    THE BROKEN SWORDDENNISON WORTHINGTON
    In a short paper of 1824 Serres attempted an explanation of the nervous system of Invertebrates.
    FORM AND FUNCTIONE. S. (EDWARD STUART) RUSSELL
    In them all classes of seaweeds and marine invertebrates may be found and their habits watched.
    THE SEA-BEACH AT EBB-TIDEAUGUSTA FOOTE ARNOLD
    We have another striking example among the invertebrates in the snails (gasteropoda).
    THE WONDERS OF LIFEERNST HAECKEL
    To these he opposed the two lower classes, insects and worms, as invertebrates.
    THE RIDDLE OF THE UNIVERSE AT THE CLOSE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURYERNST HAECKEL
    It was not until about the middle of the century that such layers were found in some of the invertebrates.
    THE RIDDLE OF THE UNIVERSE AT THE CLOSE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURYERNST HAECKEL
    The three chief groups of invertebrates, which in their turn differ widely from each other, have a very different development.
    THE RIDDLE OF THE UNIVERSE AT THE CLOSE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURYERNST HAECKEL
    These tricellular reflex organs are preponderantly developed in the great majority of the invertebrates.
    THE RIDDLE OF THE UNIVERSE AT THE CLOSE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURYERNST HAECKEL
    The first of the three sections into which this period of life is divided is known as the Silurian age, the age of invertebrates.
    THE MEANING OF EVOLUTIONSAMUEL CHRISTIAN SCHMUCKER
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