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Then he proudly raised his antlered head and stood a moment sniffing the air.
At Boarding School with the Tucker Twins Nell Speed
The elk raised his proud, antlered head and looked in my direction.
A Woman Tenderfoot Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
They lacked not food; the forest was filled with grazing deer and antlered stags.
Historical Tales, Vol. 4 (of 15) Charles Morris
He and 109 his antlered cows were migrating southward by slow stages.
The Heart of the Ancient Wood Charles G. D. Roberts
She is used to pursuing that fleet and antlered pride of the forest—the stag—and she can go like billyo.
The Wouldbegoods E. Nesbit
But there were no vast swards nor pleasure-grounds nor Parks of antlered deer in Cherryvale.
Missy Dana Gatlin
Sometimes, when the sun was low, a shadow—an antlered shadow—slipped through like a fantasy.
The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains Charles Egbert Craddock
An antlered stag in the blue-coat that brooks no other near his herd!
The Little Red Foot Robert W. Chambers
Finally, with trembling limbs the antlered deer slackened its speed before the open door of a chapel in the midst of the wildwood.
Vanished Halls and Cathedrals of France George Warton Edwards
The great wolf of the North does not stand at bay to the antlered people.
The Sky Line of Spruce Edison Marshall
an emerald to blackish-green mineral, hydrous copper sulfate, Cu 3 (OH) 4 SO 4 , a major copper ore in Chile.
Astronomy. the Air Pump, a small southern constellation between Vela and Hydra. (lowercase) Entomology. the proboscis of a lepidopterous insect. Historical Examples A still more extraordinary instance of irritability is exhibited by the Antlia, or instrument of suction of the butterfly. An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. IV (of 4) William Kirby noun (Latin genitive) Antliae […]
any of numerous black, red, brown, or yellow social insects of the family Formicidae, of worldwide distribution especially in warm climates, having a large head with inner jaws for chewing and outer jaws for carrying and digging, and living in highly organized colonies containing wingless female workers, a winged queen, and, during breeding seasons, winged […]
any of several insects belonging to the family Myrmeleontidae, of the order Neuroptera, the larvae of which dig a pit in sand where they lie in wait to prey upon ants or other insects that lose their footing. noun Also called antlion fly. any of various neuropterous insects of the family Myrmeleontidae, which typically resemble […]