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Synonyms for mollusk
invertebrate having a soft unsegmented body usually enclosed in a shell
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far grander than [the] idea from cramped imagination that God created (warring against those very laws he established in all organic nature) the Rhinoceros of Java & Sumatra, that since the time of the Silurian he has made a long succession of vile molluscous
seems to have propounded in some college discussion the theory that "the development of the human body might possibly be traced from the radiated, vermicular, molluscous
and vertebrate organisms.
It is covered with shiny metal discs like scales or molluscous
scrofula and it pays no attention at all to its surroundings (dim as those are, they surely deserve better than the amorphous blue intrusion).
On the structure of shells of molluscous
and conchiferous animals, Trans.
Royle's contribution is not so much philosophical as in his ability to surprise, for example, to reread a debate with new historicism in terms of the inhuman, via Les Murray's molluscous