[ lˈə͡ʊbd], [ lˈəʊbd], [ l_ˈəʊ_b_d]
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Synonyms for Lobed:
- palmate .
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How to use "Lobed" in context?
When we think of lobsters, we usually think of them clamped in the killing grasp of a lobsterman. But lobsters can move. It's just that their most common motion is sideways. Lobsters have two large, fleshy tails that they can use to locomote, sort of like the flippers on a seal. Although lobsters can swim, they prefer to walk on their strong claws.
The Latin word for lobster, "pilchardus", probably refers to the noise they make when swimming: a sort of bubbling noise reminiscent of a pilchard.
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