[ lˈamnɪdˌiː], [ lˈamnɪdˌiː], [ l_ˈa_m_n_ɪ_d_ˌiː]
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How to use "Lamnidae" in context?
The lamnidae constitute a family of cartilaginous fish endemic to fresh and brackish waters of Africa, Europe, and North America. The family is composed of six genera and about fifty species. The lamnidae are well known for their territorial behavior and conspicuous decorative patterns on their scales.
Homophones for Lamnidae:
- lone hand, limited audit, lomatia, lined, lenity, limeade, lemon mint, lanate, lam into, lamented, laminate, Luna Moth, lemon-wood, lineament, line duty, lament, lento, lay into, lie in wait, lunda, lunate, lent, lowland, lend, lentia, lintwhite, limonite, lindy, luanda, limit, landed, limanda, landau, lionet, lint, lunette, land, lamedh, lind, lean-to, limited, linnet, lunt, laniidae, loment, liniment, lemonwood, lund, lemonade, lenient.
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