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echiuroid

[ ek-ee-yoor-oid ]
/ ˌɛk iˈyʊər ɔɪd /
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noun
any wormlike invertebrate of the phylum Echiuroidea, found in sand and mud of tropical and subtropical seas, having at the mouth a ciliated, often elongated prostomium.
adjective
belonging or pertaining to the Echiuroidea.
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Origin of echiuroid

1885–90; <New Latin Echiuroidea;see echiurid, -oidea
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