Thesaurus / natural history
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But old Vixen was up in natural history—she knew squirrel nature and took the case in hand when the proper time came.
WILD ANIMALS I HAVE KNOWNERNEST THOMPSON SETON
A specimen of each of the several species of bones now to be found, is to me the most desirable objects in natural history.
For this very reason, perhaps, he is more at home in natural history than in the exact sciences.
WINDS OF DOCTRINEGEORGE SANTAYANA
They all came back to New York and again he could study and amuse himself with natural history.
THEODORE ROOSEVELTEDMUND LESTER PEARSON
Like many other morbid phenomena, the Bacon-Shakespeare folly has its natural history which is instructive.
Yucatan is the happy hunting ground for the largest land lizard known to Natural History, the iguana.
THE AMERICAN EGYPTCHANNING ARNOLD
He here paused for a moment, stepped to a book-case, and brought forth one of the ordinary synopses of Natural History.
At the same time my birds do unexpected things, because I have written a fairy tale and not a natural history.
POLICEMAN BLUEJAYL. FRANK BAUM
One department of natural history, however, is happily unrepresented in the basin.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.