Definition of Mammoths

1. Noun. (plural of mammoth) ¹



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Definition of Mammoths

1. mammoth [n] - See also: mammoth

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mammoths

mammoplasties
mammoplasty
mammose
mammosities
mammosity
mammosomatotroph
mammosphere
mammospheres
mammotest
mammoth
mammothermography
mammothite
mammothlike
mammothrept
mammothrepts
mammoths (current term)
mammotomy
mammotroph
mammotrophic
mammotrophin
mammotrophs
mammotropic factor
mammotropic hormone
mammy
mammy market
mammy markets
mamo
mamogram
mamograms
mamoncillo

Literary usage of Mammoths

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1. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1846)
"Habitation and Destruction of the mammoths. By Sir RI MURCHISON, FRS, &c. Habitation of mammoths and their Destruction—Similar Mammoth Burial in Western ..."

2. Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: A Series of Annotated Reprints of Some of by Reuben Gold Thwaites (1907)
"... Indian good spirit, Vu, 274. Elephant (mastodon), skeleton of, XXII, 69; in hieroglyphics, XXVI, 77. See also mammoths and Mastodons. ..."

3. Through Siberia, the Land of the Future by Fridtjof Nansen (1914)
"... GO ON Unsuccessful sport in swamps : An unpleasant winter, and a spring flood : Disappointed traders : A frozen mammoth : How were the mammoths frozen ? ..."

4. Through Siberia by Henry Lansdell (1882)
"Cochrane, Erman, and Hill.—Down the Lena to Yakutsk.—Prevalence of goitre.—The Upper Lena and its tributaries.—The Lower Lena.— Discoveries of mammoths. ..."

5. Through Siberia by Henry Lansdell (1882)
"Prevalence of goitre.—The Upper Lena and its tributaries.—The Lower Lena.— Discoveries of mammoths.—New Siberian islands. ..."

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