Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Fossil; fossilized.

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Examples

  • Quite evidently quite a few Tory fossiled dinosaurs on show here are relishing the prospect of 5 more years of Gord.

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  • This handout picture released by the Dinopolis Foundation shows the fossiled thigh bone of a dinosaur that is almost two metres (more than six feet) in length, the longest such bone ever discovered in Europe in Teruel on June 25, 2010.

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  • Dinosaur Valley State Park is a park where they found fossiled dinosaur tracks.

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  • AND STILL WE RISE, our lush ascent powered by ageless diatoms 'descent into the ooze between the fossiled stones, the shattered crypts of shells and bones; above the planned green autumn fields of pasture, silage, grain that yields the bread we break in this, our floating world.

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  • The long fingers and grasping tail of an early fossiled mammal suggest that our predecessors colonised the trees far earlier than thought.

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  • The 50-70’s thing was a tad leaning toward the fossiled brain theme again.

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