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  • proper noun A taxonomic genus within the tribe Platypodini.

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Examples

  • And today I will try, again, to begin the Long Sought Epilogue, because Herr Platypus is not a happy camper.

    Postcards from Europa (Pt. 1)

  • Raging Platypus is everywhere, it is all around us.

    Boing Boing: March 9, 2003 - March 15, 2003 Archives

  • Raging Platypus is so hip, so innovative, so revolutionary, it can be difficult to describe to the uninitiated.

    Boing Boing: March 9, 2003 - March 15, 2003 Archives

  • Sanford: Coincidentally, as soon as we came up with the name Platypus, in less than a year, we were in Sydney, Australia.

    PopMatters

  • Sanford: Coincidentally, as soon as we came up with the name Platypus, in less than a year, we were in Sydney, Australia.

    PopMatters

  • Sanford: Coincidentally, as soon as we came up with the name Platypus, in less than a year, we were in Sydney, Australia.

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  • We stayed in a hostel called Platypus which is the most popular one in Bogota.

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  • "The name Platypus is insulting," it remarked, looking at the child severely, "it means _broad-footed_, a vulgar pseudonym which could only have emanated from the brutally coarse expressions of a Human.

    Dot and the Kangaroo

  • "Dreadfully sad!" sighed the Kangaroo; "but the Platypus is a most learned and interesting creature," she added hastily.

    Dot and the Kangaroo

  • As the Kangaroo called the Platypus an animal, Dot saw at once that it was offended, and in a great huff it turned towards the pool again.

    Dot and the Kangaroo

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  • Genus name for a type of xylophagous beetle.

    June 27, 2010