Definition of Acaudal

1. Adjective. Lacking a tail or taillike appendage.

Exact synonyms: Acaudate
Category relationships: Zoological Science, Zoology
Similar to: Anurous, Tailless
Antonyms: Caudate



Definition of Acaudal

1. Adjective. Alternate spelling of acaudate. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Acaudal

1. having no tail [adj]

Medical Definition of Acaudal

1. Having no tail. Origin: G. A-priv. + L. Cauda, tail (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acaudal

acatalectics
acatalepsy
acataleptic
acataleptics
acatamathesia
acataphasia
acater
acaters
acates
acathectic
acathexia
acathexis
acathisia
acatour
acatours
acaudal (current term)
acaudate
acaulescent
acauline
acaulose
acaulous
acault
acaults
acausal
acausality
acausally
acc.
acca
accable
accaroid resin

Literary usage of Acaudal

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1. Dictionnaire des idiomes romanes du midi de la France: comprenant les by Gabriel Azaïs (1878)
"... brûlé; à acaudal, vin poussé ou tourné; on '¡it dans le môme sens : aquel vi sentis ¡'acaudal ; figos ..."

2. The Bridgewater Treatises on the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God, as by Francis Henry Egerton Bridgewater (1836)
"Posterior surface of acaudal vertebra of Megatherium, exhibiting enormous transverse processes. On its lower margin are seen the articulating surfaces which ..."

3. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1884)
"... in an age when interviewing has developed a taste for mere personal details and acaudal to which unscrupulous journalism docs not hesitate to pander. ..."

4. European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and by Barrett Harper Clark (1918)
"... and next to the School for acaudal, though in both cases he had the undoubted priority. It is hard that the fate of plagiarism should attend upon ..."

5. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1867)
"... fact that a bird endeared to you by very touching associations was, let ше admit it, accidentally, unintentionally, made by you the occasion of acaudal. ..."

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