Definition of Poulpes

1. poulpe [n] - See also: poulpe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poulpes

poulardes
poulards
pouldavis
poulder
poulders
pouldre
pouldres
pouldron
pouldrons
poule
poules
poulet
poulette
poulp
poulpe
poulpes (current term)
poulps
poult
poulter
poulter's measure
poulterer
poulterers
poulters
poultice
poulticed
poulticelike
poultices
poulticing
poultries
poultry

Literary usage of Poulpes

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1. Elements of Conchology: Prepared for the Use of Schools and Colleges by William Samuel Waithman Ruschenberger, Henri Milne-Edwards, Achille Comté (1846)
"In it are placed the poulpes, cuttle-fishes, ... The poulpes—Octopus (Fig. 7, Page 19)—are easily recognised by their naked body, which is in the form of an ..."

2. Mollusca: Elements of Conchology: Prepared for the Use of Schools and Colleges by William Samuel Waithman Ruschenberger, Henri Milne-Edwards, Achille Comté (1843)
"In it are placed the poulpes, ... or lamella; and in the poulpes it is merely represented by two horny stylets, lodged in the thickness of the mantle. 17. ..."

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