troglodyte[ trog-luh-dahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF troglodyte
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TROGLODYTE
The original cave man, the troglodyte, may have got his that way.
It seemed but a step to the Neanderthal skull and our Troglodyte forbears.
During our stay at Philae she found a troglodyte who was induced to teach her his language.
The tomtit, the wren, and the troglodyte mingle their voices.
"He's no troglodyte, Han, I'm certain—" Merrick's wife said plaintively.
Performer: One who has a right to do troglodyte stunts and who can do something else.
He was no better than a troglodyte, set down in a new wilderness.
French, "Roitelet," "Troglodyte mignon," "Troglodyte ordinaire."
The Lovelace of to-day is a troglodyte, biding his time patiently, but often a prey to ennui.
The men have deserted these troglodyte homes, which are now no longer used save as cellars and stables.