natatorial

[ ney-tuh-tawr-ee-uh l, -tohr-, nat-uh- or ney-tuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-, nat-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF natatorial
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I well remember how proud I felt on the occasion when I first accomplished this natatorial feat.

The natatorial type of the Quadrumana, however, is most assuredly wanting.

Like all birds which belong to the natatorial type, the majority of the species live in the vicinity of water.

He was a master of the natatorial art, but he was not amphibious, and soon would have to come to the surface or die.

After watching Potowski's natatorial gestures, Fairfax had longed to swim out of the elegance into a freer sea.

WORD ORIGIN

1816, from natatory (adj.), from Latin natatorius, from natator "swimmer" (see natatorium) + -al.

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