from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or pertaining to an internal skeleton, usually of bone (an endoskeleton).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to, or connected with, the endoskeleton.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the endoskeleton.
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His eyes widened, his mouth opened, white endoskeletal elements exposed.
I sip my Chivas from the cap, listening to the shaking structure around us, the minimum ribbing, a sort of endoskeletal arch that makes every groaning noise in the hymnal of manned flight.
It's warm-blooded, endoskeletal, and mam-malian-a pseudo-marsupial, really-but it has a lot of legs and a magnificently extrudable whip of a tail, so the spider image sticks.
Powerful, antagonistic, and crafty were the words that best described the endoskeletal space‑going AAnn.
Powerful, antagonistic, and crafty were the words that best described the endoskeletal space-going AAnn.
The internal engineering and biochemistry of the body were very different from those of Earth's former oxygen-using endoskeletal organisms.
There can be little doubt that the digits of the terrestrial limb are homologous with endoskeletal fin-rays, but the evolution of the axis of the limb is not to be ascertained either from development or palaeontology.
Yes, it's an arresting image, an endoskeletal head being held, upside-down, by its necky bits.
We found that the temporal shift of Shh activity altered the size of endoskeletal elements in paired fins of zebrafish and dogfish.
"It was I who, on a world which circles Beta Lyrae, kicked a kzin called Chuft-Captain in the belly with my hind hoof, breaking three struts of his endoskeletal structure.