Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of dragonfly.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • My mother used to call dragonflies “darning needles”…Darning needles would fly up and sew up the mouths of little children who talked too much.

    Logic 101: Gravity, radio, and library books « knitnut.net

  • BASS LOVE TO FEED ON MOSQUITO HAWKS ALSO known as dragonflies.

    Caught Me a Big ’Un . . . and then I let him go!

  • BASS LOVE TO FEED ON MOSQUITO HAWKS ALSO known as dragonflies.

    Caught Me a Big ’Un . . . and then I let him go!

  • BASS LOVE TO FEED ON MOSQUITO HAWKS ALSO known as dragonflies.

    Caught Me a Big ’Un . . . and then I let him go!

  • For example, those working on micro air vehicles look to insects such as dragonflies; those working on climbing robots or adhesives look to the gecko lizard; and those working on making water-repellent or super clean surfaces look to the lotus plant.

    Material World: July 2008

  • For example, those working on micro air vehicles look to insects such as dragonflies; those working on climbing robots or adhesives look to the gecko lizard; and those working on making water-repellent or super clean surfaces look to the lotus plant.

    Material World: New materials

  • For example, those working on micro air vehicles look to insects such as dragonflies; those working on climbing robots or adhesives look to the gecko lizard; and those working on making water-repellent or super clean surfaces look to the lotus plant.

    Material World: Marine Worm Jaws Inspire New Aerospace Materials

  • In the case of the insects, such as dragonflies and midges, only the egg and larvae stages are found in this zone.

    Freshwater biomes

  • They're going to implant micro-electro-mechanical systems MEMS into insects such as dragonflies and moths...even into hopping and swimming insects!

    INSECT CYBORGS

  • They're going to implant micro-electro-mechanical systems MEMS into insects such as dragonflies and moths...even into hopping and swimming insects!

    Archive 2006-03-01

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