Definition of Ceratopsians

1. Noun. (plural of ceratopsian) ¹



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Definition of Ceratopsians

1. ceratopsian [n] - See also: ceratopsian

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ceratopsians

cerato-
ceratobranchial
ceratobranchials
ceratocricoid
ceratocricoid ligament
ceratocricoid muscle
ceratodus
ceratoduses
ceratoglossus
ceratohyal
ceratohyals
ceratoid
ceratopharyngeal part of middle pharyngeal constrictor
ceratopogonidae
ceratopsian
ceratopsians (current term)
ceratopsid
ceratopsids
ceratosaur
ceratosaurian
ceratosaurians
ceratosaurs
ceratosaurus
ceratozamia
ceraunics
cerauno-
ceraunoscopy
cercal
cercaria
cercariae

Literary usage of Ceratopsians

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1. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences by New York Academy of Sciences (1915)
"... gigantic terrestrial swamp and forest dwellers, like the ceratopsians. ... and ceratopsians, for instance, while related to the earlier ..."

2. Professional Paper by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1917)
"The earliest ceratopsians known wore found in the Judith River and Belly River ... In contrasting the ceratopsians from these formations the chief ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1915)
"... as in the more primitive ceratopsians, have a smaller number of teeth, so that now it may be safely asserted that one of the marked phases in the ..."

4. Organic Evolution by Richard Swann Lull (1917)
"Or it meant the development of armament, either of defensive armor as in the stegosaurs, or of aggressive armor and weapons as in the ceratopsians. ..."

5. Vertebrate Zoölogy by Horatio Hackett Newman (1920)
"The ceratopsians were strictly North American and lived for only a brief span, geologically speaking; for they are confined exclusively to the Upper ..."

6. Exploring the Borderlands: Documents of the Committee on Common Problems of by Joe Cain (2004)
"... chian ceratopsians—the horned dinosaurs—in Upper Cretaceous times. A parallel case is to be seen in mammalian evolution in the [22|23] development of ..."

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