- n. Plural form of wombat.
“So now, instead of using a light saber wielding cavalry of wombats to complete your tasks, you can use a light saber wielding cavalry of flesh eating wombats, which is much cooler.”
“Babies are adorable, whether they are baby wombats, elephants, monkeys or a child, Cuny said.”
“The Tasmanians subsisted largely by hunting seals, red-necked wallabies (a close relative of the kangaroo), and wombats (a four-legged, furry marsupial).”
“Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 From about 1803, a steady trickle of live wombats reached Europe.”
“How did you wombats assemble...in Liverpool, I suppose.”
“MR: (laughs) Okay, so leaving wombats for other species, "Tokyo (Vampires and Wolves)" was the first single from the album.”
“They saw koalas, baby crocodiles and wombats during the trip.”
“WHAT I WON'T: The kangaroos, wombats and wallabies that wander through the garden can be a nuisance, says Mr. Pegrum.”
“The wombats turned into a physical representation of something by Coltrane, then into cheese dip, and then into ten million Goofys and Plutos, allof them dressed up like cub scouts!”
“There are the beautiful efforts of caring individuals, and there are counterproductive wombats you want to smack on the head with a pan.”
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