Definition of Red eft

1. Noun. Red terrestrial form of a common North American newt.

Exact synonyms: Notophthalmus Viridescens
Generic synonyms: Newt, Triton



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Red Eft

red deer
red degeneration
red devil
red diaper baby
red diesel
red dog
red dogs
red dogwood
red drop effect
red drum
red drums
red dwarf
red dwarf star
red dwarfs
red earth
red eft (current term)
red elm
red envelope
red face test
red false mallow
red fescue
red fescues
red fever
red fibres
red fire
red flag
red fox
red foxes
red giant
red giant star

Literary usage of Red eft

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1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1880)
"I am very sorry not to have been able to keep any till they reached the red eft stage. Their dying so young makes a break in the chain of observed facts ..."

2. Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis by Academy of Science of St. Louis (1895)
"red eft or Newt. I made my first acquaintance with this wry Interesting little animal on a shady slope of the bluffs near ..."

3. The Batrachia of North America by Edward Drinker Cope (1889)
"or little red lizard, or red eft, and after keeping them in a dark box lilled with saturated moss ..."

4. A Manual of the Vertebrate Animals of the Northern United States: Including by David Starr Jordan (1904)
"... the red eft, is entirely similar, but bright vermilion red, and with the skin rougher. It is found in the same region but away from water, under stones, ..."

5. Manual of the Vertebrates of the Northern United States: Including the by David Starr Jordan (1878)
"red eft. RED EVET. Color vermillion red of varying shade, paler or yellowish below; markings precisely as in the foregoing; same range, but found away from ..."

6. Manual of the Vertebrates of the Northern United States: Including the by David Starr Jordan (1878)
"red eft. RED EVET. Color vermillion red of varying shade, paler or yellowish below; markings precisely as in the foregoing; same range, but found away from ..."

7. Nature-study: A Manual for Teachers and Students by Frederick Leopold Holtz (1908)
"A variety of this species (red eft) lives out of the water and is red on the back. The Red Triton is about twice as long as the ..."

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