Definition of Theropods

1. Noun. (plural of theropod) ¹



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Definition of Theropods

1. theropod [n] - See also: theropod

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Theropods

therms
thermus
thermus thermophilus
thernadite
therof
theroid
therology
theromorpha
therophyte
therophytes
theropithecus
theropod
theropod dinosaur
theropoda
theropodan
theropods (current term)
thers
thersitical
thesaural
thesauri
thesaurismosis
thesaurismotic
thesaurosis
thesaurus
thesauruses
thesaurusi
these
these days
these ones
theses

Literary usage of Theropods

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1. An Introduction to Historical Geology: With Special Reference to North America by William John Miller (1916)
"theropods were carnivorous Dinosaurs, as proved by their numerous sharp ... 171 theropods, Allosaurus agilis, of the Dinosaur division of Mesozoic Reptiles. ..."

2. An Introduction to Historical Geology: With Special Reference to North America by William John Miller (1916)
"theropods were carnivorous Dinosaurs, as proved by their numerous sharp ... 171 theropods, Allosaurus agilis, of the Dinosaur division of Mesozoic Reptiles. ..."

3. Revised Text-book of Geology by James Dwight Dana, William North Rice (1897)
"The Dinosaurs, in Europe, as in America, included the herbivorous Sauropods, Ornithopods, and Stegosaurs, and the carnivorous theropods. ..."

4. Revised Text-book of Geology by James Dwight Dana, William North Rice (1897)
"The Dinosaurs, in Europe, as in America, included the herbivorous Sauropods, Ornithopods, and Stegosaurs, and the carnivorous theropods. ..."

5. Revised Text-book of Geology by James Dwight Dana, William North Rice (1897)
"The Dinosaurs, in Europe, as in America, included the herbivorous Sauropods, Ornithopods, and Stegosaurs, and the carnivorous theropods. ..."

6. Late Triassic Footprint Fauna from the Culpeper Basin, Northern Virginia (U by Robert Weems (2007)
"... but lower (less advanced) than that in Late Triassic theropods such as ... which is quite comparable to that of Late Triassic carnivorous theropods like ..."

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