reptile

[ rep-til, -tahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF reptile
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The Indians happily observed the reptile; and knowing what it indicated, awoke him.

Juno afterward restored the reptile's sight and hid it in a cave.

He had the crawl of the reptile,—he had, also, its poison and its fangs.

If nothing but its bones had been found it would have been called a reptile.

So the allantois of the reptile has become the placenta of the mammal.

Her voice hissed at me with all the venom of a reptile enraged.

I started, as he said this, as if I had been stung by a reptile.

This reptile does not foolishly expend its strength in this troublesome labour.

Lennon sensed that the reptile aimed to strike at Carmena's bared wrist.

But the very excess of the reptile's anger quickly exhausted its strength.

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