Alternative terms for "Gnawing animal"
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gnawing Animal
Literary usage of Gnawing animal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Textbook on German by International Correspondence Schools (1908)
"... gnawing animal. ua he, adj., near, nigh. Oía lie, f., nearness, proximity. ил hcu, i'- i. and reft., ..."
2. A Hand-book of Anglo-Saxon Derivatives: On the Basis of the Handbook of by A literary association (1854)
"Rat, the gnawer ; a gnawing animal like a mouse, and somewhat larger. House, what shuts up ; a small gnawing animal that infests houses. ..."
3. Herbart and the Herbartians by Charles de Garmo (1895)
"(3) It is a gnawing animal. (4) It lives mostly in trees. ... (2) Is a gnawing animal. The Goat. (1) The goat is a useful animal. ..."
4. A Hand-book of Anglo-Saxon Derivatives: On the Basis of the Hand-book of by Literary Association (1855)
"Rat, the gnawer; a gnawing animal like a mouse, and somewhat larger. Mouse, what shuts up; a small gnawing animal that infests houses. Mice, more than Ape, ..."
5. The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin (1909)
"The order Rodentia is here very numerous in species: of mice alone I obtained no less than eight kinds.* The largest gnawing animal in the world, ..."