Synonyms for ruminant
Antonyms for ruminant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUMINANT
And, contrariwise, there is tripe—“the stomach of the ox or of some other ruminant.”
It is a ruminant, or an animal which has three or four stomachs.
While they were talking, William Sanders came up, chewing like a ruminant.
I believe that no other ruminant is harder to kill outright.
This is the paunch, or first portion of the ruminant stomach of the ox.
It was that of a steady grinding of a ruminant animal feeding.
Australia has no apes, monkeys or baboons, and no ruminant beasts.
His mouth moves sideways like that of a ruminant; you would imagine he was masticating a piece of tough steak.
From the same stratum, also, they drew up the lower half of the humerus of a ruminant, at first referred to a hyæna.
These compartments are quite different, however, from those seen in a Ruminant's stomach, such as that of the Ox.
1660s, from Latin ruminantem (nominative ruminans), present participle of ruminare "to chew the cud" (see ruminate). As an adjective from 1670s.