|(also known as crawfish) freshwater crustacean which resembles a small lobster||mudbug|
|(Food) dish made of whipped eggs that is cooked until set and (usually) filled with cheese or other vegetables (also omelet)||omelette|
|(Food) dish made of whipped eggs that is cooked until set and (usually) filled with cheese or other vegetables (also omelette)||omelet|
|act of resting on the legs and buttocks; act of being settled in a seat; seat; portrait session; incubation (of birds); eggs which are incubated by a bird; period during which a legislative body is in session, in office, incubation of eggs, period of b...||sitting|
|anchovy paste and eggs on toast||Scotch woodcock|
|animal resembling lobster, crawfish, freshwater crustacean which resembles a small lobster, spiny lobster||crayfish|
|any of a number of small long-tailed marine crustaceans (some of which are edible); small person or thing; insignificant person or thing (Informal), catch shrimp, fish for shrimp, small marine crustacean with ten legs, something undersize||shrimp|
|anything that nips or pinches; young child (British Slang); claw of a crustacean, pincher, pincer, pliers||nipper|
|apparatus which keeps eggs warm until they hatch; temperature-controlled apparatus in which sick or premature infants are kept; device in which bacteria are cultivated, device to nurture something, hospital apparatus for premature babies, surroundings ...||incubator|
|baby-sit, be astride something, be digestible, be idle, be in specified way, be placed or situated, be taken as specified, exercise authority, fit or hang, have seating space for, mounted position, perch, roost, or cover eggs, place in seat, pose for s...||sit|
|barnacle goose, clinging marine organism, marine crustacean which permanently fixes itself to rocks, somebody who clings||barnacle|
|beach flea, chigoe, sand hopper, tiny jumping crustacean||sand flea|
|bearing live young, giving birth to living young rather than laying eggs (as of mammals); having seeds that germinate while still attached to the main plan, producing plantlets, producing seedlings on plant||viviparous|
|beat and cook eggs, clamber, climb over rough terrain, clamber; struggle for possession; disorderly or chaotic proceeding, compete frantically, confused mass, dash or struggle, encode transmitted signals, hard climb, hurry, jumble things together, laun...||scramble|
|beaten into a froth (as of eggs, cream, etc.); lashed with a whip; defeated||whipped|
|build in receding slope, coat food in batter, damage by heavy blows or wear, damaged type, faulty impression, hit repeatedly, mixture of flour, milk, and eggs, one who wields a bat (in a game of baseball, cricket, etc.); baking mixture, player batting,...||batter|
|build up disease-producing germs, develop in favorable environment, gradually bring something into being, grow microorganisms in controlled environment, keep baby in incubator, sit on eggs, sit on eggs in order to hatch them; hatch eggs; keep warm to p...||incubate|
|burrowing marine crustacean, mantis crab, mantis shrimp||squilla|
|butter-and-eggs, plant related to common toadflax, plant with orange-and-yellow flowers||toadflax|
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