natatory[ ney-tuh-tawr-ee-uh l, -tohr-, nat-uh- or ney-tuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-, nat-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF natatory
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And yet 'this natatory art' is but little cultivated amongst us.
I had confidence enough in my natatory powers to make me easy on that score.
About the degree of your natatory powers we needn't dispute.
The eyes were probably stalked, the antennae and mandibles biramous and natatory, and both armed with masticatory processes.
They are free and natatory when young, but in the adult state attached to rocks or some floating substance.
In this family a great number of natatory vesicles are connected with the terminal arial vesicle, as in Fig. 101, Praya diphys.
They have four short legs, of which the hinder have toes, united by a natatory membrane, and only three claws to each foot.
Confident in his natatory powers, he had at first believed this feat to be not only possible, but probable and easy.
Its exact position likewise varies, for it arises either between the first or second pairs of natatory legs.
In this fig. 3, it may be observed that the natatory legs and caudal appendages of the pupa have not as yet been moulted.