noun, plural al·bi·nos.
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Origin of albino
OTHER WORDS FROM albinoal·bin·ic [al-bin-ik], /ælˈbɪn ɪk/, al·bi·nal [al-buh-nl], /ˈæl bə nl/, adjective
Words nearby albino
Example sentences from the Web for albino
One mutation on a single gene turns an animal into an albino.
As for Magician—the strong-willed love interest of Komona, his role was never scripted to be an albino.‘War Witch’ Filmmaker Kim Nguyen on Africa’s Child Soldiers|Jean Trinh|March 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Nine burros, 109 beagles, 10 sheep, and 31 albino rats were put in cages and set to face the dirty bomb.
Now neighboring countries are starting to use albino body parts—and the wealthy and the powerful are fueling the practice.
Politicians who want to win elections wear large rings with albino powder hidden inside, she said.
The albino crisis is a bleak spot in a time of economic optimism in Tanzania.
The skin of a white person and that of an albino show up the same under a microscope: white.The Winning Clue|James Hay, Jr.
Very likely it's the six-toed beast Terry was sending us to cross with the four-toed albino.
One of them, who was an almost albino blond, flushed to the roots of his pale hair.A Pagan of the Hills|Charles Neville Buck
He was a short, heavy-set Sirian with a shock of scarlet hair, albino skin, and red eyes.Equation of Doom|Gerald Vance
An albino form of Cattleya Bowringiana had never been heard of, but he thought it might exist.The Woodlands Orchids|Frederick Boyle