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Results for: having a tail Translations: 1 – 30 / 89 English English having a tail caudate having a tail caudated having a tail tailed (about a molecule) having a head end that attracts water and a tail end that repels it, hydrophilic at one end and hydrophobic at the other (Chemistry) amphipathic (Zoology) having no tail, tailless anurous act of swallowing; gulp, drink, mouthful (of food, liquid, etc.); any of a number of migratory birds having long pointed wings and a forked tail, act of taking something down throat, amount passed down throat, believe something, destroy something, endu... swallow American marsupial, Australian marsupial, possum, small marsupial animal which has a prehensile tail and is native to the eastern United States and Central and South America; small marsupial animal that is native to Australia and New Zealand opossum American warbler, thrush with reddish tail redstart animal with short tail, shorten, crop, cut short, dock; cut a tail short (on a horse or dog), tail which has been cut short bobtail animal with tail cut short curtal any of a number of large monkeys having large cheek pouches and a short tail (found in Africa and Arabia), rude clumsy person baboon any of a number of stout-bodied burrowing rodents with coarse fur and a short bushy tail, ground-living rodent marmot any of several carnivorous animals having a long coat and a bushy tail; fur of this animal, weasel-like mammal marten any of several small native South American monkeys (of the family Callithricidae) which are easily recognizable by their long silky coat and bushy tail callithricidae any of several small native South American monkeys (of the family Callithricidae) which are easily recognizable by their long silky coat and bushy tail, S American monkey marmoset any of several species of arachnids with a long segmented tail ending in a venomous stinger (Zoology), arachnid with a poisonous stinger scorpion apply with brush, backwoods, brush discharge, brushwood, bushy tail of fox, comb or polish with a brush; touch; rub against; pass by, electrical conductor, graze against something, light contact, move past something closely and quickly, reject somethin... brush area of brain associated with memory, area of the brain (Anatomy); sea-horse (small fish with a horse-shaped head); legendary creature having the head and forelegs of a horse and the tail of a fish (Greek Mythology), sea creature in myths hippocampus astronomical object with long tail, celestial body with a luminous tail comet Australian bait fish, marine fish with yellowish tail yellowtail be evasive, carnivorous mammal having a long slender brown body with short legs and a long tail (some species in northern regions turn white in the winter); (Slang) cunning or sneaky person (derogatory), evade, escape; fool, lead astray, be ambiguous; ... weasel bird with broad tail, fan-shaped tail or end, goldfish with broad tail, pigeon with fan-shaped tail, rounded part of stern, tail of a peacock; tail which spreads out like a fan; type of fish; type of bird, windmill sail fantail bird with forked tail scissortail bird, birdie, object that is hit back and forth in the game of badminton (composed of a lightweight head and feathered tail), object hit in badminton, send something back and forth, shuttle shuttlecock box-shaped kite without tail box kite branch out, bushing, bushy tail, dense mass bush bulky grayish-brown eagle with a short wedge-shaped white tail, sea eagle (also ern) erne bulky grayish-brown eagle with a short wedge-shaped white tail, sea eagle (also erne) ern butterfly, forked tail of a swallow; any of a number of butterflies having elongated hind wings that resemble the tail of a swallow swallowtail caudate state (having a tail) caudation
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