Definition of Hydras

1. Noun. (plural of hydra) ¹



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Definition of Hydras

1. hydra [n] - See also: hydra

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydras

hydrangea family
hydrangeas
hydrant
hydranth
hydranths
hydrants
hydrargochloride
hydrargochlorides
hydrargyria
hydrargyrism
hydrargyrum
hydrarthrodial
hydrarthron
hydrarthrosis
hydrarthrus
hydras (current term)
hydrase
hydrases
hydrastine
hydrastinine
hydrastis
hydrastises
hydratase
hydratases
hydrate
hydrate crystal
hydrate microcrystal theory of anaesthesia
hydrated
hydrated alumina
hydrated aluminium oxide

Literary usage of Hydras

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1. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1888)
"16), another stage of complexity is intro- din-ed liy the restriction of the power to bud jelly-fish to certain hydras, while others become specialized for ..."

2. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1901)
"... not only by foreigners, but by many of our own critics, as a gloomy and heavy writer, who painted nothing but "gorgons and hydras, and chimeras dire. ..."

3. Microscopy for Beginners: Or, Common Objects from the Ponds and Ditches by Alfred Cheatham Stokes (1887)
"hydras adherent to Lemna rootlets. hydras nearly the natural size adherent to Lemna rootlets. The body is like a narrow bag, the hollow part of the little ..."

4. Habit and Intelligence: A Series of Essays on the Laws of Life and Mind by Joseph John Murphy (1879)
"2 Bud-variation in hydras and in Coral.—It is worth mentioning, though not at all wonderful, that " any peculiar character presented by a compound animal is ..."

5. ... The Teaching of Biology in the Secondary School by Francis Ernest Lloyd, Maurice Alpheus Bigelow (1904)
"Under the influence of diffused light the hydras will migrate to the sides of the vessel. The hardy green hydras may often be collected even in midwinter by ..."

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