[ pat͡ʃˈa͡ɪdəmˌɪk], [ patʃˈaɪdəmˌɪk], [ p_a_tʃ_ˈaɪ_d_ə_m_ˌɪ_k]
Related words: pachyderms, elephants, rhinoceroses, hippopotamus, tapirs
How to use "Pachydermic" in context?
Pachyderms are big, muscular land animals. They have very long, thin limbs andbig feet. Most pachyderms are cows, elephants, and buffaloes, but there are many other kinds of pachyderms.
Pachyderms have big, wrinkled skin. The skin on the back of a pachyderm is called a hump. Pachyderms have a lot of hair, but it is not like the hair on our heads. Pachyderms have a lot of hair all over their bodies, but the hair is not very soft.
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