Definition of Murines

1. murine [n] - See also: murine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Murines

muricoid
muriculate
murid
muridae
muride
murids
muriform
murine
murine acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
murine hepatitis
murine leprosy
murine leukaemia
murine leukaemia virus
murine sarcoma virus
murine typhus
murines (current term)
muring
muringer
muringers
murk
murked
murker
murkest
murkier
murkiest
murkily
murkiness
murkinesses
murking
murkish

Literary usage of Murines

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences by New York Academy of Sciences (1917)
"The murines are a much later development and comparatively recent immigrants into the tropical Old World, where they have supplanted the older ..."

2. Animal Memoirs by Samuel Lockwood (1888)
"... with the shape of the jaw of the murines; yet the muzzle is finished off as in murines, and never as in ..."

3. Readings in Natural History by Samuel Lockwood (1888)
"... with the shape of the jaw of the murines; yet the muzzle is finished off as in murines, and never as in ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1909)
"It is now about seven years since Mr. Os- good undertook the revision of this great genus of American murines, which has just been brought to a most ..."

5. The Interpretation of History by Max Simon Nordau (1910)
"Cannibalism is also practised, though it is exceptional, and comparatively rare. Certain insects, possibly certain fishes, certainly murines and wolves, ..."

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