Thesaurus / limpet
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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I stick to the limpet shell of Mr. Millar, which, to my eyes looks anything but archaic.
When it had been given, young Limpet was about to go, when he remembered something.
ROGUES AND VAGABONDSGEORGE R. SIMS
Such a pressure holds the limpet to the rock when, by contracting itself, the fish has made a place without air under its shell.
Mr. Limpet looked at Mr. Grigg to see if any emotion was advisable.
ROGUES AND VAGABONDSGEORGE R. SIMS
Giles and his ally knew their business well enough to see that they must go to work “gingerly” to recover their lost Limpet.
THE WILLOUGHBY CAPTAINSTALBOT BAINES REED
Grigg and Limpet were sued for negligence in not attending to that letter, and it cost them 200 to stay the proceedings.
ROGUES AND VAGABONDSGEORGE R. SIMS
Let the cult of that lusty Titan, the Limpet, sink awhile into the limbo of outworn idolatries.
In vain did the Solicitor-General try to badger and browbeat him; he stuck like a limpet to the same story.
The Limpet or Patella is a familiar mollusk to many visitors at the sea shore.
Then the Limpet's shell may be seen to tilt up, and a foot, and a head with feelers and eyes, come out.
ON THE SEASHORER. CADWALLADER SMITH

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.