[ skwˈɒlɪdˌiː], [ skwˈɒlɪdˌiː], [ s_k_w_ˈɒ_l_ɪ_d_ˌiː]
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How to use "Squalidae" in context?
The squalidae is a family of unsegmented, air-breathing, marine arthropods. They are commonly known as squids and Typically lack a functional underbelly; their mantle cavity extends across their entire body, filled with gametes, embryos, and other organs. Squid have a sac-like protrusion from the front of their mantle, and a hinged tentacle at the rear. Squid range from in size from 0.5 mm to 25 m, and have four legs and a pair of arms.
Homophones for Squalidae:
- scheelite, slot, salted, slideway, sild, salat, sialolith, scald, slow-witted, shelled, sloth, seclude, skilled, scolytidae, shackled, swelled, silhouette, salad, silty, slide, sackcloth, solute, skillet, suckled, salute, salaat, squalid, sacculate, schoolwide, sexuality, sleet, scheldt, sallet, school day, silt, sallade, scold, shielded, sulidae, slatey, sullied, slut, shield, scaled, squillidae, soled, sociality, soiled, salt i, shallot, soleidae, sialidae, salt ii, swallowed, swellhead, secluded, sold-out, skuld, sled, solidity, sozzled, solid, so-called, sally out, salyut, sold, sleety, socialite, sellout, slat, salt, saltate, sleuth, Sacculated, Soledad, solitude, swelled head, shell out, slit, salt away, sell out, sealed, salty, slate, slaty.
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