[ kɹˈe͡ɪnɪˈɑːtə], [ kɹˈeɪnɪˈɑːtə], [ k_ɹ_ˈeɪ_n_ɪ__ˈɑː_t_ə]
Related words: animal that does not have a backbone, invertebrate, invertebrate anatomy, invertebrate diversity, is an invertebrate a mammal, vertebrates, invertebrates in the ocean, fish that are not invertebrates
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How to use "Craniata" in context?
Craniata is a superorder of arthropods that contains the spiders, scorpions, and ticks. These animals all have five pairs of appendages on their body, which are used for different tasks. The first pair is used for eating, the second pair for locomotion, the third for sensing, the fourth for producing silk, and the fifth for attaching offspring. The Craniata is a very diverse group of animals and they have played a critical role in the evolution of the earth.
Homophones for Craniata:
- charmed, corn mint, case agreement, co-occurrent, creamy-white, crenate, coronate, crowned, chromate, chermidae, chironomidae, car window, cairned, cariamidae, criminate, cerement, cornet, corinth, crinoidea, corn mayweed, chromatid, crowned head, current, caranday, crenated, carinated, currant, craniate, crinoid, coronet, carinate, churn out, cheese rind, carnot, caranda, carnotite, chromite, cremate, crannied, chagrined, coherent, corned, coroneted.
Holonyms for Craniata:
Hyponym for Craniata:
Meronym for Craniata:
Class Placodermi, aves, bird genus, mammal family, bird family, Class Amphibia, osteichthyes, amphibia, reptilia, placodermi, Class Osteichthyes, reptile family, Class Reptilia, craniate, chondrichthyes, amphibian family, Class Chondrichthyes, Superclass Gnathostomata, vertebrate, reptile genus, amniota, Class Aves, fish genus, Superclass Agnatha, Class Mammalia, pisces, class Channidae, amphibian genus, agnatha, fish family, mammalia, Channidae, mammal genus, gnathostomata.
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