Definition of Mangabeys

1. Noun. (plural of mangabey) ¹



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Definition of Mangabeys

1. mangabey [n] - See also: mangabey

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mangabeys

maneuvrability
maneuvrable
maneuvre
maneuvreability
maneuvred
maneuvres
maneuvring
manfriend
manful
manfully
manfulness
manfulnesses
mang
manga
mangabey
mangabeys (current term)
mangabies
mangaby
mangaka
mangakas
mangal
mangals
mangan-
manganapatite
manganarsite
manganate
manganates
manganbabingtonite
manganbelyankinite
manganberzeliite

Literary usage of Mangabeys

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1. The Illustrated Natural History by John George Wood (1865)
"Among the peculiar habits which distinguish the mangabeys, we may especially notice the action of their lips, and the mode in which they carry the tail. ..."

2. Wood's Animal Kingdom: Illustrated by John George Wood (1870)
"Among the peculiar habits which distinguish the mangabeys, we may especially notice the action of their lips, and the mode in which they carry the tail They ..."

3. The Cambridge Natural History by Sidney Frederick Harmer, Arthur Everett Shipley (1902)
"The ischial callosities are more pronounced than in the Macaques. In the mangabeys also the hairs are not ringed with differently coloured bars, ..."

4. The Geography of Mammals by William Lutley Sclater, Philip Lutley Sclater (1899)
"Allied to the Guenons are the mangabeys (Cercocebus) with about six known species, ... Both Guenons and mangabeys do well in captivity, and are always well ..."

5. A Hand-book to the Primates by Henry Ogg Forbes (1897)
"THE mangabeys. longer. They agree with the Macaques, and differ from the ... The mangabeys are confined to West Africa. Like their relatives, the Macaques ..."

6. Mammalia: Their Various Orders and Habits Popularly Illustrated by Typical by Louis Figuier, Guillaume Louis Figuier (1870)
"The mangabeys inhabit the interior of Africa. Tip to the present time only three species have been found. TRIBE OF GUENONS.—The Guenons are slender Monkeys, ..."

7. Natural History in Zoological Gardens: Being Some Account of Vertebrated Animals by Frank Evers Beddard (1905)
"They have always long tails, which, as has been noted, the macaques have not always ; and the mangabeys possess no laryngeal pouch capable of inflation such ..."

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