Definition of Polypods

1. Noun. (plural of polypod) ¹



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Definition of Polypods

1. polypod [n] - See also: polypod

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Polypods

polyploid
polyploidies
polyploidization
polyploidizations
polyploids
polyploidy
polypnea
polypneas
polypneic
polypod
polypode
polypodia
polypodial
polypodies
polypodium
polypods (current term)
polypody
polypoid
polypoid adenoma
polypoid gallbladder lesions
polypomedusae
polyporaceae
polypore
polypores
polyporous
polyporus
polyposia
polyposic
polyposis
polyposis coli

Literary usage of Polypods

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1. Raiderland: All about Grey Galloway, Its Stories, Traditions, Characters by Samuel Rutherford Crockett, Joseph Pennell (1904)
"And near the sea is plenty of oysters, as well as crabs, and polypods of ... The shells of the jointed polypods that you see in Paris clinging to the ropes ..."

2. At the North of Bearcamp Water: Chronicles of a Stroller in New England from by Frank Bolles (1893)
"In other cases these polypods clasped great boulders in their unyielding embrace, ... The only way of accounting for the empty polypods seemed to be to ..."

3. At the North of Bearcamp Water: Chronicles of a Stroller in New England from by Frank Bolles (1893)
"In other cases these polypods clasped great boulders in their unyielding embrace, ... The only way of accounting for the empty polypods seemed to be to ..."

4. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1874)
"... lobsters and crabs, the terrestrial polypods (centipedes and wood lice), and the aquatic, polypods (amphipoda, and isopoda of Latreille). II. ..."

5. An Introduction to Entomology: Or Elements of the Natural History of Insects by William Kirby, William Spence (1826)
"But the right of these worms to be considered as members of the same Class with the Hexapods and polypods at present appears rather problematical, ..."

6. A History of Greater Britain as Well England as Scotland by John Major, Aeneas James George Mackay, Thomas Graves Law (1892)
"At these seasons the tide is at its lowest, aiui the polypods and crabs take shelter under the rocks by the sea. A hook is fastened to the end of a stick, ..."

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