- n. Plural form of armadillo.
“Their name Ankylosaur means "stiff lizard", and they are often called the armadillos of the dinosaur world because of the bony armor covering their back and head.”
“Some of the American leprosy patients had familiar strains that have shown up in other countries, but others had a never-before-seen strain that was also found in American armadillos.”
“As I recall armadillos are the only other animals besides humans who can get leprosy.”
“The third photo is of two "armadillos" with big sturdy stalks and giant buds about to open.”
“I think the number of 'armadillos' has something to do with moms' green thumb.”
“That old line from Texas populist Jim Hightower — "There's nothing in the middle of the road but yellow stripes and dead armadillos" — will feel prescient.”
“With three musical acts daily, from local favorites like Kat Edmonson and Sahara Smith to exciting new talent, armadillos and shopping don't seem so weird, after all.”
“Anything that combines armadillos and retail is worth checking out, and it shouldn't surprise anyone that the "weird" city of Austin has an event that fits the bill.”
“Nevertheless, she -- along with millions of others -- chooses shoes that have more in common with aliens and armadillos than with human feet.”
“Humans can't even claim to do more than the rest – a glance at the REM league table suggests armadillos dream far bigger dreams.”
Looking for tweets for armadillos.