Origin of cycad
OTHER WORDS FROM cycadcy·cad·like, adjective
Words nearby cycad
How to use cycad in a sentence
Animals like dinosaurs and plants like cycads, says Ruffell, were “waiting in the wings” to seize their opportunity.A volcano-induced rainy period made Earth’s climate dinosaur-friendly|Megan Sever|September 30, 2021|Science News
Therapods had a varied diet, while herbivores chowed down on ferns, cycads, and conifers, to name some ancient plants that are still around today.
As dinosaurs lumbered through the humid cycad forests of ancient South America 180 million years ago, primeval lizards scurried, unnoticed, beneath their feet.
It was thickly covered with a fine cycad which grows amongst the rocks overhanging the sea.Wanderings Among South Sea Savages And in Borneo and the Philippines|H. Wilfrid Walker
At Treasury Island I found a solitary cycad at a height of a thousand feet above the sea.The Solomon Islands and Their Natives|H. B. (Henry Brougham) Guppy
Bowenia, an Australian cycad, is peculiar in having bi-pinnate fronds (fig. 5).
Palms are so like cycads that we may regard them as the descendants of some cycad type.The Elements of Geology|William Harmon Norton
Opposite me is a funny old cycad, not branched at all but bent.A Journal from Japan|Marie Carmichael Stopes