Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a biped; having or walking upon two feet.
- Measuring two feet in length.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having two feet; biped.
- adj. Pertaining to a biped.
- adj. having two feet
“The transformation to bipedal is definitely a landmark evolutionary moment.”
“In most cases, the Chupacabras of Puerto Rico are described as bipedal creatures with large eyes, vicious claws and teeth, hairless monkey-like bodies, row of spikes running down the backs of their heads and necks - punk-rock Mohawk-style - and even, occasionally, sporting membranous bat-like wings.”
“Among life's infinite catalog of problems (don't even get me started on that little bitch called bipedal movement) is this issue of having to actually talk to your potential mates.”
“The recent paleontological evidence concerning similar forms of "bipedal" and cranial forms indicates as such.”
“And don't even get me started on tasks such as bipedal walking or running, special effects movies aside.”
“At that point, the researchers believe, the supersizing of the big toe - crucial to the rise of humans as upright or "bipedal" creatures - also began to genetically influence the structure of its corresponding digit on the forelimb: the thumb.”
“Even if we start with bipedal robots walking on mars (a luxury the spanish didn't have when exploring america) the goal is still to go live there and use resources there and create things there and share things between here and there, and find n+1 from there. they did what???”
“We know of hundreds of species of dinosaurs, some very small, some very large, some even bipedal.”
“As Gould takes pains to show (using mostly fossil evidence) vertebrates have always been a very "unlikely" group, and fully bipedal primates are among the most unlikely of all.”
“She sat down on an unoccupied disk as any bipedal humanoid typically would, but then pulled her legs up onto the seat as well, curling them around the left side of her torso.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘bipedal’.
denoting or relating to feet ; of or like a foot
two; twice; every two; lasting two
This quickly got bigger and weirder than originally intended, so now it's housing terms that relate to the study of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. See also Dinosaurs, Pterosaurs, Ichthy...
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