Words nearby dinosaur
Examples from the Web for dinosaurs
Dinosaurs like Donald Sterling draw the ire of Americans, regardless of political affiliation or ideological tilt.
She can reorganize her own molecules, make computers with her brain, talk to dinosaurs.
The right people are on their side, the bigots are the dinosaurs.
As a paleontologist, he obviously understands the public fascination with dinosaurs and their remains.Stopping the Million-Dollar Fossil Thieves: Illegal Trade Meets World of Insatiable Research|Scott Bixby|June 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I have just told my child that dinosaurs no longer live on earth.
All life is cannibalism, benign or not: we are still eating the dinosaurs.West Of The Sun|Edgar Pangborn
The first great change wiped out the dinosaurs, as it did on Earth.Student Body|Floyd L. Wallace
That is the classical way, and indeed the only way, to wipe out monsters like the dinosaurs.The Thing in the Attic|James Benjamin Blish
The dinosaurs—all the giant reptiles—were now sorely pressed.Astounding Stories, May, 1931|Various
The foot of the African ostrich is but ten inches long, so we must fall back on the Dinosaurs for an explanation.Extinct Monsters|H. N. Hutchinson
British Dictionary definitions for dinosaurs
Derived forms of dinosaurdinosaurian, adjective
Word Origin for dinosaur
Scientific definitions for dinosaurs
Cultural definitions for dinosaurs
Reptiles, now extinct, that were the dominant life form on Earth for many millions of years. The name dinosaur comes from the Greek words for “monstrous lizard.” Dinosaurs became extinct suddenly, about sixty-five million years ago. Scientists now believe that their extinction was caused by the impact of a large asteroid on the Earth.