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herpetologically

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In the manner or view of a herpetologist.

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Examples

  • Allison treats the Fiji Islands as a unit herpetologically.

    Fiji tropical moist forests

  • Allison treats the Cooks, Societies, Tuamotus, and Marquesas as a unit herpetologically as they share a similar reptile assemblage.

    Tuamotu tropical moist forests

  • Angelina Jolie sashaying about in the altogether in her solid-gold high heels in Beowulf, delivering her lines in her husky KGB trainee accent as her serpentine tail coiled behind her, she was far more effective as Alexander the Great's deranged, herpetologically obsessed mother in Alexander, even though she used the same strangely anachronistic East-of-the-Urals accent.

    Film | guardian.co.uk

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