Definition of Hibernators

1. Noun. (plural of hibernator) ¹



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Definition of Hibernators

1. hibernator [n] - See also: hibernator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hibernators

hibbingite
hibernacle
hibernacles
hibernacula
hibernaculum
hibernal
hibernate
hibernated
hibernates
hibernating
hibernating(a)
hibernating gland
hibernation
hibernations
hibernator
hibernators (current term)
hibernoma
hibiscus
hibiscuses
hibonite
hibonites
hic
hic Rhodus, hic salta
hicatee
hicatees
hiccatee
hiccatees
hiccory
hiccough
hiccough nut

Literary usage of Hibernators

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1. The Canadian Entomologist by Entomological Society of Canada (1951- ), Entomological Society of Ontario (1887)
"ENT., xiii., 2n, 1882, I showed that the hibernators of this species came ... possibly four, generations of the butterfly followed the hibernators. ..."

2. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1890)
"But the hibernating badger is not difficult to reawake, and in its torpor, like all hibernating animals, is not rigid. ( 5 ) Continuous hibernators do not ..."

3. The Butterflies of North Americaby William Henry Edwards by William Henry Edwards (1897)
"That eggs laid by the females of Umbrosa of the first brood in descent from the hibernators had produced either a mixed brood or all Umbrosa. ..."

4. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1889)
"It therefore has recourse to other hibernators, and trots briskly about in ... All our reptiles, including the frogs, toads, and newts, are hibernators, ..."

5. A Text-book of Entomology: Including the Anatomy, Physiology, Embryology and by Alpheus Spring Packard (1898)
"he says, " to be a necessity with, the hibernators of getting rid of the rigid skin ... Other smooth-skinned hibernators have similar capabilities. ..."

6. The Outline of Science: A Plain Story Simply Told by John Arthur Thomson (1922)
"Only a few mammals are hibernators, and some of these, like the Dormouse, are "light sleepers," while others, like the Hedgehog, are "deep sleepers. ..."

7. The Glands Regulating Personality: A Study of the Glands of Internal by Louis Berman (1921)
"There are individuals who go about outside of hospital walls, quasi-normally, who are semi-hibernators or partial hibernators, and who are really in a state ..."

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