|without a tail||acaudate|
|(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|
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