Definition of Dinocerate
1. Noun. An extinct ungulate.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dinocerate
Literary usage of Dinocerate
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1. Last Words on Materialism and Kindred Subjects: With a Life of the Author by by Ludwig Büchner (1901)
"... times larger than that of its former ancestor, the elephant-like dinocerate of the tertiary period, although it is much smaller. ..."
2. Report of the Committee of Council on Education in Scotland...[without Appendix] by Scottish Education Dept, Great Britain Scottish Education Dept, Great Britain (1904)
"... Bronze, and Iron Ages, by J. Hunter Duvar ; Life and Letters of AG More, by 0, B. Moffat; Anatomical Memoirs, by John Goodsir, 2 vols. ; dinocerate, ..."