Definition of Hippuses
1. hippus [n] - See also: hippus
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Literary usage of Hippuses
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1. What comes from what, or, The relationships of animals and plants by Charles L. Abbott (1922)
"... until only one was left, the central toe, the nail of which had grown into a hoof. The bones of about forty species of hippuses have now been found in ..."
2. Handbook of Nature-study for Teachers and Parents: Based on the Cornell by Anna Botsford Comstock (1911)
"... and the Mesohippus and various other hippuses, which showed in each age a successive enlargement and specialization of the middle toe and the minimizing ..."
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