Thesaurus / troglodytes
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These people as far as concerns their cave-dwelling habits cannot be ranked above troglodytes.
UNKNOWN MEXICO, VOLUME 1 (OF 2)CARL LUMHOLTZ
He himself, from his height, looked down in the most friendly way upon these troglodytes who followed him with their eyes.
GEORGES GUYNEMERHENRY BORDEAUX
In this canton are said to be the fanciful number of "one hundred and one" Arab districts, inhabited by the Troglodytes.
We saw some of the Troglodytes coming from underground now and then, and pausing to look at us.
The face of the cliff is also indented by excavations, in which the poorer inhabitants dwell, almost like the Troglodytes of old.
ACCOUNT OF A TOUR IN NORMANDY, VOL. II. (OF 2)DAWSON TURNER
We were, indeed, a race of troglodytes, and we were all either very young or very old.
LEAVES FROM A FIELD NOTE-BOOKJ. H. MORGAN
They were regular Troglodytes in their habits, dwelling in caves and existing chiefly on roots and fish.
If human beings inhabited this unknown land, they must live like troglodytes, below, and not above the ground.
GODFREY MORGANJULES VERNE
The troglodytes were led by the man who had broken into our camp on the previous night.
SPACEWRECKED ON VENUSNEIL R. JONES
Troglodytes calvus, a species or variety of chimpanzee, is bald-headed.
THE LAST LINKERNST HAECKEL