Definition of Sciaenoids

1. Noun. (plural of sciaenoid) ¹



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Definition of Sciaenoids

1. sciaenoid [n] - See also: sciaenoid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sciaenoids

schwartzembergite
schwartzes
schwas
schwertmannite
schwertmannites
schwing
sci
sci-fi
sci.
sciaena
sciaenas
sciaenid
sciaenid fish
sciaenids
sciaenoid
sciaenoids (current term)
sciafilous
sciage
sciagraph
sciagraphical
sciagraphs
sciagraphy
scialytic
sciamachies
sciamachy
sciance
sciara
sciarid
sciarids
sciatic

Literary usage of Sciaenoids

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1. Reports of Explorations and Surveys: To Ascertain the Most Practicable and by United States War Dept, Joseph Henry, United States Army. Corps of Engineers, Spencer Fullerton Baird (1855)
"The sciaenoids present mostly a general external appearance, not unlike that ... The palatines and vomer are toothless, a character by which sciaenoids can ..."

2. American Fishes: A Popular Treatise Upon the Game and Food Fishes of North by George Brown Goode, Theodore Gill (1903)
"These names, " Croaker," " Drum," " Thunder-pumper," etc., refer to the croaking or grunting noise made by this species in common with most sciaenoids. ..."

3. Lake Superior: Its Physical Character, Vegetation, and Animals, Compared by Louis Agassiz, James Elliot Cabot (1850)
"... sciaenoids should be considered as distinct. Indeed, at different times, in two editions of the same work, Cuvier in his Animal Kingdom has successively ..."

4. Lake Superior: Its Physical Character, Vegetation, and Animals, Compared by Louis Agassiz, James Elliot Cabot (1850)
"... sciaenoids should be considered as distinct. Indeed, at different times, in two editions of the same work, Cuvier in his Animal Kingdom has successively ..."

5. Lake Superior: Its Physical Character, Vegetation, and Animals, Compared by Louis Agassiz, James Elliot Cabot (1850)
"... sciaenoids should be considered as distinct. Indeed, at different times, in two editions of the same work, Cuvier in his Animal Kingdom has successively ..."

6. On the Anatomy of Vertebrates by Richard Owen (1866)
"... under the form either of a small exposed row of vascular filaments, like a uniserial gill (as in all sciaenoids and many other Acantho- pteri, ..."

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