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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.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TROGLODYTE

cave dweller

nounsomeone who dwells in a cave
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