Definition of Molluscans

1. Noun. (plural of molluscan) ¹



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Definition of Molluscans

1. molluscan [n] - See also: molluscan

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Molluscans

mollifies
mollify
mollifying
mollifyingly
mollipilose
mollisol
mollisols
mollities
mollitude
molls
mollusc
mollusca
molluscacides
molluscan
molluscan catch muscle
molluscans (current term)
molluscicidal
molluscicide
molluscicides
molluscivore
molluscivores
mollusclike
molluscoid
molluscoidal
molluscoidea
molluscoids
molluscous
molluscs
molluscum

Literary usage of Molluscans

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. On the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God: As Manifested in the Creation of by William Kirby (1837)
"In fact, they seem to have little to do with the bivalve molluscans, except in being defended by more than one shell, and having no head. ..."

2. The Bridgewater Treatises on the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God, as by Francis Henry Egerton Bridgewater (1837)
"Univalve molluscans. 1. Pteropods (wing-footed;) furnished with organs only for swimming and sailing.1 THE Univalve shells of the Swedish naturalist, ..."

3. Science and the Bible: Or The Mosaic Creation and Modern Discoveries by Herbert William Morris (1871)
"... is present even with every living thing that moveth through the deep places of the sea ? molluscans. And God created every living creature that moveth, ..."

4. A Manual of the Land and Fresh-water Shells of the British Islands by William Turton (1840)
"OF CRAWLING molluscans. CLASS I. GASTEROPODA Cuv. THE animal is furnished with a distinct head, two or four tentacles, and a broad expanded foot for ..."

5. Magazine of Natural History edited by John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson (1837)
"In this argument I had premised that the egg of all the molluscans, like the snails and other free-air-breathing mol- ..."

6. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1836)
"bearings with the relations of other molluscans and their shells, he was more and more inclined to believe that the animal found in the shell of Argonauta ..."

7. The Metropolitan (1841)
"molluscans," said the venerable gentleman, rising, glass in hand, ... Some say— some say—I fear to utter the words, molluscans—some say we eat oysters. ..."

8. On the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God: As Manifested in the Creation of by William Kirby (1837)
"In fact, they seem to have little to do with the bivalve molluscans, except in being defended by more than one shell, and having no head. ..."

9. The Bridgewater Treatises on the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God, as by Francis Henry Egerton Bridgewater (1837)
"Univalve molluscans. 1. Pteropods (wing-footed;) furnished with organs only for swimming and sailing.1 THE Univalve shells of the Swedish naturalist, ..."

10. Science and the Bible: Or The Mosaic Creation and Modern Discoveries by Herbert William Morris (1871)
"... is present even with every living thing that moveth through the deep places of the sea ? molluscans. And God created every living creature that moveth, ..."

11. A Manual of the Land and Fresh-water Shells of the British Islands by William Turton (1840)
"OF CRAWLING molluscans. CLASS I. GASTEROPODA Cuv. THE animal is furnished with a distinct head, two or four tentacles, and a broad expanded foot for ..."

12. Magazine of Natural History edited by John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson (1837)
"In this argument I had premised that the egg of all the molluscans, like the snails and other free-air-breathing mol- ..."

13. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1836)
"bearings with the relations of other molluscans and their shells, he was more and more inclined to believe that the animal found in the shell of Argonauta ..."

14. The Metropolitan (1841)
"molluscans," said the venerable gentleman, rising, glass in hand, ... Some say— some say—I fear to utter the words, molluscans—some say we eat oysters. ..."

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