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How to Pronounce antrorse?

Correct pronunciation for the word "antrorse" is [ˈantɹɔːs], [ˈantɹɔːs], [ˈa_n_t_ɹ_ɔː_s].

What are the misspellings for antrorse?

  • zntrorse,
  • sntrorse,
  • wntrorse,
  • qntrorse,
  • abtrorse,
  • amtrorse,
  • ajtrorse,
  • ahtrorse,
  • anrrorse,
  • anfrorse,
  • angrorse,
  • anyrorse,
  • an6rorse,
  • an5rorse,
  • anteorse,
  • antdorse,
  • antforse,
  • anttorse,
  • antrose,
  • Antorose

"Antrorse" in context

Antrorse is a term used to describe the direction of bristles or claws, pointing away from the body of an organism. It is mainly used in the field of zoology as well as in botany, to refer to the angled outward direction of these body parts. There are several species of animals that have antrorse bristles, including various crab species, insects, spiders and mollusks, among others.

In certain species, such as the spider Parson Nenius, antrorse bristles are present on their pedipalps, which are structures at the front of the spider resembling small claws or mandibles.

What are similar-sounding words for antrorse?

Usage over time for antrorse:

This graph shows how "antrorse" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Synonyms for Antrorse:


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