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  • as inaquatic
  • as inswimming

synonyms for natatory

  • amphibious
  • floating
  • marine
  • maritime
  • amphibian
  • oceanic
  • sea
  • swimming
  • of the sea
  • watery
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How to use natatory in a sentence

Its exact position likewise varies, for it arises either between the first or second pairs of natatory legs.
A MONOGRAPH ON THE SUB-CLASS CIRRIPEDIA (VOLUME 2 OF 2)CHARLES DARWIN
In this fig. 3, it may be observed that the natatory legs and caudal appendages of the pupa have not as yet been moulted.
A MONOGRAPH ON THE SUB-CLASS CIRRIPEDIA (VOLUME 2 OF 2)CHARLES DARWIN
Many female parasitic crustaceans have lost their natatory legs.
THE DESCENT OF MAN AND SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX, VOL. I (1ST EDITION)CHARLES DARWIN
It is now understood that they are Euthyneurous Gastropods adapted to natatory locomotion and pelagic life.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 11, SLICE 5VARIOUS
The stout endopodites, on the other hand, probably performed the double function of natatory and ambulatory legs.
THE APPENDAGES, ANATOMY, AND RELATIONSHIPS OF TRILOBITESPERCY EDWARD RAYMOND
Perhaps this natatory clothing had kept him above water, while the surf had borne him to shore?
GODFREY MORGANJULES VERNE
I had confidence enough in my natatory powers to make me easy on that score.
THE BOY TARMAYNE REID
They have four short legs, of which the hinder have toes, united by a natatory membrane, and only three claws to each foot.
REPTILES AND BIRDSLOUIS FIGUIER
Confident in his natatory powers, he had at first believed this feat to be not only possible, but probable and easy.
THE OCEAN WAIFSMAYNE REID
The myrmidons of Inspector Bucket, foot and horse, supplement those natatory representatives.
LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE OF POPULAR LITERATURE AND SCIENCE, VOL. 17, NO. 97, JANUARY, 1876VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO NATATORY

  • amphibian
  • amphibious
  • floating
  • marine
  • maritime
  • natatory
  • oceanic
  • of the sea
  • sea
  • swimming
  • watery
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