Definition of Gnawers

1. Noun. (plural of gnawer) ¹



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Definition of Gnawers

1. gnawer [n] - See also: gnawer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gnawers

gnatlike
gnatling
gnatlings
gnats
gnattier
gnattiest
gnatty
gnatworm
gnatworms
gnaw at
gnaw someone's vitals
gnawable
gnawed
gnawer
gnawers (current term)
gnawing
gnawing animal
gnawing mammal
gnawingly
gnawings
gnawn
gnaws
gneiss
gneisses
gneissic
gneissoid
gneissoids
gneissose
gnetum

Literary usage of Gnawers

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1. Nature Study and the Child by Charles B. Scott (1900)
"gnawers " or Rodents. Aim. To broaden pupils' conceptions and lead to greater unity in their minds; to train them to compare, to discriminate between ..."

2. The Natural History of Secession by Thomas Shepard Goodwin (1865)
"THE ORDER OF RODENTIA, OR gnawers. The Order of Rodentia comprises all the gnawing Mammalia. They are readily distinguished by their teeth. ..."

3. The Wonders of Geology; Or, A Familiar Exposition of Geological Phenomena by Gideon Algernon Mantell (1840)
"Structure of the rodentia, or gnawers. 15. General inferences. 16. Fossil bones. 17, Fossil elephants, or mammoths. 18. Mammoth and rhinoceros in ice. 19. ..."

4. Natural History: A Manual of Zoölogy for Schools, Colleges, and the General by Sanborn Tenney (1870)
"THE ORDER OF RODENTIA, OR gnawers. The Order of Rodentia comprises all the gnawing Mammalia. They are readily distinguished by their teeth. ..."

5. Natural History of Animals: Containing Brief Descriptions of the Animals by Sanborn Tenney (1875)
"RODENTS, OR gnawers. The Rodents are readily known by their teeth. In each jaw they have the two front ones chisel-shaped, and between these and the ..."

6. Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon by Robert Armitage Sterndale (1884)
"THE gnawers. THIS order, GLIRES of Linnaeus and his followers, is composed of animals, chiefly of small size, which differ from all others by the ..."

7. Elements of Zoölogy: A Textbook by Sanborn Tenney (1875)
"THE ORDER OF RODENTIA OR gnawers. This Order includes all mammalia which are specially fitted for gnawing, as Rats, Mice, Dormice, Gophers, Beavers, ..."

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