mastodonic

[ mas-tuh-don ]SEE DEFINITION OF mastodonic
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He discards lumbering descriptions, antique melodramatics, set developments and dénouements, mastodonic structures.

The diluvian soil of the Michigan Peninsula is thus added to the wide area of the mastodonic period.

The midget Lawyer looked up in Envy at his mastodonic Acquaintance and sighed.

Upon the mastodonic brow of the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce there hangs an official laurel wreath.

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