vertebrate

[ vur-tuh-brit, -breyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF vertebrate

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Remember that you are a vertebrate animal, and it is by mistake that you have developed a soul.

In the scale of evolution, one vertebrate was as good as another.

He rejects Geoffroy's theory of the vertebrate nature of Articulates.

It is not of the essence of the vertebrate type to be tetrapodal.

Maule appealed to the court: 'My lords, we are vertebrate animals, we are mammalia!

First invertebrate life, then the lowest forms of vertebrate life.

It is not a single if, but a several-jointed one; not an oyster, but a vertebrate.

The difference resembles that between a vertebrate animal and a worm.

What is the evidence as to its nature in these vertebrate median eyes?

Both these sets of muscles, therefore, dwindle and disappear in the vertebrate.

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