Thesaurus / menagerie
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Obtaining the dizzying number of ingredients in this recipe largely falls to the root microbiome—the vast menagerie of beneficial microbes, particularly bacteria and fungi, that swath and shield a plant’s roots.

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Sometimes they visit a circus or menagerie whose managers have made a timely visit to our inland city.

Thrust your hand through the cage at a menagerie, and stroke the back of a cobra from the East Indies.

The Wedding RingT. De Witt Talmage

After we had finished our breakfast next morning, we embarked our baggage and menagerie, and prepared to depart.

"The whole show is dreadful," she cried coming out of the menagerie of M. Martin.

A Passion in the DesertHonore de Balzac

I understood you to say last week, Mr. Van Pycke, that you were through with menagerie performances for all time.

The AlternativeGeorge Barr McCutcheon

It is easy to tolerate a bear in a menagerie, or an Indian on a reservation.

The Colonial CavalierMaud Wilder Goodwin

Less is known of the smaller forms, but menagerie records show that ages between twelve and twenty are frequently reached.

The truth is that a certain numbera very small percentageof the wild beasts in a menagerie are considerably stupefied.

Why back two years ago, I used to visit old Polo Garrett, who had the concession in the menagerie tent, just to get cussed out.

David Lannarck, MidgetGeorge S. Harney


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