|undivided, not partitioned, not segmented||unsectioned|
|accommodation for one, baseball hit, between only two people, choose, pick out; hit a single (Baseball), considered individually, consisting of one thing, for one person, forming one undivided unit, hit baseball single, one dollar, one person or thing;...||single|
|any arthropod belonging to the group Myriapoda (marked by long segmented bodies and many legs), small long arthropod||myriapod|
|any of several species of arachnids with a long segmented tail ending in a venomous stinger (Zoology), arachnid with a poisonous stinger||scorpion|
|body structure, cleavage, division into segments, separation into parts; division of a creature or organ into equal parts (Biology); cell division (Biology), segmented structure, splitting into segments||segmentation|
|characterized by unity, existing as unit, of centralized government, pertaining to units; undivided, whole, having the nature of a unit; serving as a unit (of measurement, etc.); pertaining to centralized government, relating to unit||unitary|
|class of animals that includes creatures with segmented bodies (including earthworms, etc.)||Annelida|
|class of insects comprised of very small animals having segmented bodies and three pairs of legs (Zoology)||Insecta|
|complete, definite integral, indefinite integral, made up of parts, necessary or constituent, of an integer, pertaining to or part of a whole; intrinsic, essential, constituent; made up of parts which together form a whole; whole, undivided, relating t...||integral|
|contemptible person, member of a group of very small invertebrate animals having segmented bodies and three pairs of legs, bug; very small animal which resembles an insect (i.e. spider); unimportant person, small six-legged animal, something like an in...||insect|
|cut, sliced; divided, partitioned||sectioned|
|departmental; sectional, partitioned; of or pertaining to a compartment||compartmental|
|divided by a part, divided to base, in parts, separated, kept apart; divided, partitioned||parted|
|divided into parts, partitioned; allocated, allotted, rationed||portioned|
|divided, partitioned; fragmented, separated into parts||segmented|
|divided; segmented; broken into pieces; broken off, lacking coherence||fragmented|
|enclosed area (cell, cabin, etc.); division, section, partitioned space, smaller part, train car section||compartment|
|family of animals with jointed legs and hard segmented bodies (includes crustaceans, spiders and insects)||arthropoda|
|force something up or down, hand tool containing a toothed wheel that can only move in one direction, make something increase or decrease in segmented steps, move with ratchet, ratchet wheel or pawl, turning device moving in one direction||ratchet|
|formation of rings, ring-shaped part, structure with ringlike or segmented sections; forming or formation of a ringed structure||annulation|
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