Definition of Pteranodons

1. Noun. (plural of pteranodon) ¹



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Definition of Pteranodons

1. pteranodon [n] - See also: pteranodon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pteranodons

psylliums
psyop
psyops
psytrance
psywar
psywars
pt.
ptaquiloside
ptaquilosides
ptarmic
ptarmics
ptarmigan
ptarmigans
ptenoglossate
pteranodon
pteranodons (current term)
pteria
pterid-
pteridine
pteridines
pterido-
pteridological
pteridologies
pteridologist
pteridologists
pteridology
pteridomania
pteridophyte
pteridophytes
pteridophytic

Literary usage of Pteranodons

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1. Geology, Physical and Historical by Herdman Fitzgerald Cleland (1916)
"When not sailing in the air, pteranodons probably spent their time suspended ... pteranodons lived upon fish, as is shown by the fishbones and scales found ..."

2. Journal by Liverpool Geological Association (1883)
"... and pteranodons, which Professor Seeley believes should be classed with the birds. In the Tertiary beds of America we have a wonderful series of horses, ..."

3. The Leisure Hour edited by William Haig Miller, James Macaulay, William Stevens (1882)
"... jaws of these formidable pteranodons, awaiting description in the Yale cellars, range from three up to six feet in length. But the wealth of Yale lies ..."

4. The Western Review of Science and Industry (1878)
"... Turtles; Dinosaurs; Mosasaurs ; Plesiosaurs, Ichthyosaurs ; Crocodiles, Lizards, etc.; Fossil Fishes ; Pterodactyls and pteranodons ; Cretaceous Birds ..."

5. The Monster-hunters by Francis William Rolt-Wheeler (1916)
"... what I mean if I say that you couldn't find a Pteranodon in this stratum because all the pteranodons were dead before this layer of rocks was laid down. ..."

6. Transactions of the Annual Meetings of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science, Kansas Academy of Science Meeting (1906)
"In less than three weeks, 41 saurians, 117 fishes, and 6 pterodactyls (pteranodons) were discovered, many of them in almost perfect condition, ..."

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