Definition of Stegosaurs

1. Noun. (plural of stegosaur) ¹



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Definition of Stegosaurs

1. stegosaur [n] - See also: stegosaur

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stegosaurs

steganographically
steganography
steganopod
steganopodous
steganopods
stegged
stegging
stegnosis
stegnotic
stegodon
stegodons
stegodont
stegodonts
stegosaur
stegosauri
stegosaurs (current term)
stegosaurus
stegosauruses
stegs
steigerite
steil
steils
stein
steinbock
steinbocks
steinbok
steinboks
steined
steining
steinings

Literary usage of Stegosaurs

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1. Animals Before Man in North America: Their Lives and Times by Frederic Augustus Lucas (1902)
"And as the stegosaurs were from 15 to 25 feet long, according to age and species, the tail must have been rather formidable. ..."

2. Bulletin by Geological Society of America (1915)
"The stegosaurs were quadrupedal, though, as Dollo has shown, they doubtless ... Of the habits of the stegosaurs we know little; the teeth in known types, ..."

3. Elements of Geology: A Text-book for Colleges and for the General Reader by Joseph Le Conte (1903)
"The stegosaurs were perhaps the most remarkable of all. The restoration of this strange animal (Fig. 755) shows two rows of broad plates rising three feet ..."

4. The Origin and Evolution of Life: On the Theory of Action, Reaction and by Henry Fairfield Osborn (1917)
"Of these the Jurassic stegosaurs exhibit a reversed evolution in their ... During the progress of Cretaceous time these stegosaurs became extinct, ..."

5. An Introduction to Historical Geology: With Special Reference to North America by William John Miller (1916)
"The brains of all Dinosaurs were almost incredibly small, even as compared with modern Reptiles, and "this was especially true of stegosaurs. ..."

6. An Introduction to Historical Geology: With Special Reference to North America by William John Miller (1916)
"The brains of all Dinosaurs were almost incredibly small, even as compared with modern Reptiles, and "this was especially true of stegosaurs. ..."

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