[bahy-ped-l, -pi-dl, bahy-ped-l]
Origin of bipedal
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Examples from the Web for bipedal
There is some evidence, at the outset, that Henry is a man and not some sort of bipedal drone.The Dark Rooms Where Our Secrets Hide
February 24, 2014
There was always the chance, unlikely as it might be, that some one of the bipedal natives had found his machine.Anything You Can Do ...
Gordon Randall Garrett
He might read a lesson to many a two-legged prig, were the bipedal nincompoop capable of learning it.
In the bipedal walk or run a step is one-half of a stride or full round movement.Descriptive Zoopraxography
Their bipedal dinosaurlike figures seemed to be cast out of one mold.Insidekick
Jesse Franklin Bone
Bipedal, unarmored, with a single row of serrated cutting teeth, three-toed hind feet.Dinosaurs
William Diller Matthew
Word Origin and History for bipedal
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- An animal having two feet, such as a bird or human.
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