Definition of Hadrosaurs

1. Noun. (plural of hadrosaur) ¹



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Definition of Hadrosaurs

1. hadrosaur [n] - See also: hadrosaur

Lexicographical Neighbors of Hadrosaurs

hadronises
hadronising
hadronization
hadronizations
hadronize
hadronized
hadronizing
hadronless
hadrons
hadrontherapy
hadronuclear
hadroproduction
hadrosaur
hadrosaurid
hadrosaurids
hadrosaurs (current term)
hadrosaurus
hads
hadst
hae
haecceities
haecceity
haed
haedine
haeing
haem
haem-
haem A-farnesyltransferase
haem a
haem c

Literary usage of Hadrosaurs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Geological Story Briefly Told: An Introduction to Geology for the by James Dwight Dana (1875)
"Several species have been found in the Cretaceous beds of New Jersey and Kansas, along with hadrosaurs, Dinosaurs, and other kinds. ..."

2. The Geological Story Briefly Told by James Dwight Dana (1903)
"to 80 feet long; and the Iguanodons and hadrosaurs, equally large, were vegetable eaters. The resemblance of the bipedal Dinosaurs to Birds was not merely ..."

3. A Late Triassic Footprint Fauna from the Culpeper Basin, Northern Virginia by Robert E. Weems (1987)
"... 1971) and for Cretaceous hadrosaurs (Dodson, 1971; Currie and Sarjeant, 1979; Balsley, 1980; Lockley and others, 1983). Evidence of structured flocking ..."

4. The Kansas City Review of Science and Industry (1885)
"In the forests monstrous beasts, the hadrosaurs, half-bird, half-serpent, moved sluggishly, feeding on the lofty tree-tops. On the waters of the lake great ..."

5. The Kansas City Review of Science and Industry (1885)
"In the forests monstrous beasts, the hadrosaurs, half-bird, half-serpent, moved sluggishly, feeding on the lofty tree-tops. On the waters of the lake great ..."

6. Geological Story Briefly Told: An Introduction to Geology by James Dwight Dana (1875)
"Several species have been found in the Cretaceous beds of New Jersey and Kansas, along with hadrosaurs, Dinosaurs, and other kinds. ..."

7. Explorations Into the World of Lewis and Clark: 194 Essays from the Pages of by Robert A. Saindon (2003)
"... the Hell Creek Formation in Montana, are hadrosaurs ("duck-billed dinosaurs"), triceratops, albertosaurus, and tyrannosaurus rex. ..."

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