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See definition of reptant on Dictionary.com
  • as increeping
  • as inreptilian

synonyms for reptant

  • climbing
  • spreading
  • clinging
  • horizontal
  • prostrate
  • reptilian
  • trailing
  • growing along the ground
  • procumbent
  • recumbent
  • serpentine
  • stoloniferous
  • vermicular
  • vinelike
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antonyms for reptant

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  • upright
  • vertical
  • standing
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    How to use reptant in a sentence

    Reptant, rep′tant, adj. crawling: pertaining to the Reptantia, those gasteropod mollusca adapted for crawling.
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    capacitor

    WORDS RELATED TO REPTANT

    • climbing
    • clinging
    • growing along the ground
    • horizontal
    • procumbent
    • prostrate
    • recumbent
    • reptant
    • reptilian
    • serpentine
    • spreading
    • stoloniferous
    • trailing
    • vermicular
    • vinelike
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.