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comment A word for all animals that walk on all of their limbs
@JanusBahsJacquet: The latter -- "a word for animals that, regardless of how many limbs they have, use all of them for standing and walking".
Feb
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comment A word for all animals that walk on all of their limbs
Hello! Thank you for the answer. I have read this article, and this is what inspired my question. Just wanted to know if there is a single word covering all of them.
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comment A word for all animals that walk on all of their limbs
Yes. I saw "quadrupeds" but that only applies to animals having four limbs. So, that would not cover ants and millipedes, while it may cover mammals.
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asked A word for all animals that walk on all of their limbs
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answered “I'd-a lost”? What does this contraction stand for?
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comment What's a word for “stopping a habit”?
"reformed smoker" can also be taken as a person who has become better at smoking. Just a thought.
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accepted Formally saying that you are laughing without euphemisms or colloquialism without referring to yourself
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comment Formally saying that you are laughing without euphemisms or colloquialism without referring to yourself
Good, but can you let me know phrases that suggest you are laughing without using me or I?
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comment Formally saying that you are laughing without euphemisms or colloquialism without referring to yourself
@Robusto An emoji in a letter?
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accepted Correct sentence ending: X asked, “Y?”
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revised Formally saying that you are laughing without euphemisms or colloquialism without referring to yourself
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asked Formally saying that you are laughing without euphemisms or colloquialism without referring to yourself