Definition of Sapajous

1. Noun. (plural of sapajou) ¹



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Definition of Sapajous

1. sapajou [n] - See also: sapajou

Sapajous Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sapajous

saouari
saouaris
sap
sap-wood
sap ball
sap fagot
sap green
sap roller
sap rot
sap tube
sapadilla
sapadillas
sapajo
sapajos
sapajou
sapajous (current term)
sapan
sapans
sapanwood
sapanwoods
sapecin
sapego
sapegoes
sapele
sapele mahogany
sapeles
sapful
saphead
sapheaded

Literary usage of Sapajous

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1. Horse Stories and Stories of Other Animals: Experience of Two Boys in by Thomas Wallace Knox (1890)
"... American Howler—sapajous and Spider Monkeys—Simian Intelligence—Organizing to Rob Gardens—A Bridge of Monkeys. " WHAT animal shall we consider now ? ..."

2. A History of the Earth and Animated Nature by Oliver Goldsmith (1856)
"The first of the sapajous is the ... distinguished from the rest of the sapajous by its yellow flesh- coloured face. The fourth is the SAI. ..."

3. A History of the Earth and Animated Nature by Oliver Goldsmith (1875)
"Those with muscular holding tails, are called sapajous ; those with feeble, ... The first of the sapajous is the Warine, or the Brazilian Guariba. ..."

4. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (1867)
"Small in size and playful in disposition, the sapajous lead a gregarious merry life, feeding chiefly on fruits and insects. The facial angle is about 60°. ..."

5. Horse Stories and Stories of Other Animals: Experience of Two Boys in by Thomas Wallace Knox (1890)
"... American Howler—sapajous and Spider Monkeys—Simian Intelligence—Organizing to Rob Gardens—A Bridge of Monkeys. " WHAT animal shall we consider now ? ..."

6. A History of the Earth and Animated Nature by Oliver Goldsmith (1856)
"The first of the sapajous is the ... distinguished from the rest of the sapajous by its yellow flesh- coloured face. The fourth is the SAI. ..."

7. A History of the Earth and Animated Nature by Oliver Goldsmith (1875)
"Those with muscular holding tails, are called sapajous ; those with feeble, ... The first of the sapajous is the Warine, or the Brazilian Guariba. ..."

8. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (1867)
"Small in size and playful in disposition, the sapajous lead a gregarious merry life, feeding chiefly on fruits and insects. The facial angle is about 60°. ..."

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