Definition of Tarsioid

1. like a tarsier [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tarsioid

tarsectomies
tarsectomy
tarsectopia
tarsel
tarsels
tarsen
tarses
tarsi
tarsia
tarsias
tarsiatura
tarsier
tarsiers
tarsiidae
tarsiiform
tarsioid (current term)
tarsiped
tarsipeds
tarsitis
tarsius
tarso-
tarso-orbital
tarsochiloplasty
tarsoclasia
tarsoepiphyseal aclasis
tarsomalacia
tarsometatarsal
tarsometatarsal joints
tarsometatarsal ligaments

Literary usage of Tarsioid

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1. The Origin and Evolution of the Human Dentition by William King Gregory (1922)
"... OF THE LOWER OLIGOCENE OF EGYPT, AND THE TRANSITION FROM THE tarsioid TO THE CATARRHINE GRADE OF ORGANIZATION That the higher primates have been derived ..."

2. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1914)
"The progress of the tarsioid toward domination of the world is from the tarsier of the present day, are then to be considered the ancestors of all the it ..."

3. Man and His Past by Osbert Guy Stanhope Crawford (1921)
"... of hearing, immensely widened the psychical content of the life of the Eocene tarsioid in comparison with that of its contemporaries ; but there is yet ..."

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