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Derived forms of molluscmolluscan or US molluskan (mɒˈlʌskən), adjective, nounmollusc-like or US mollusk-like, adjective
Word Origin for mollusc
Words nearby mollusc
Example sentences from the Web for mollusc
They were as two horns which the sluggish heath had put forth from its crown, like a mollusc, and had now again drawn in.Return of the Native|Thomas Hardy
Some of these holes are the empty burrows of a boring mollusc, while others still contain the living animal in situ.The Sea Shore|William S. Furneaux
The mollusc Cyrena fluminalis, indicative of a sub-tropical climate, has been found in these strata.Prehistoric Man|W. L. H. Duckworth
Radula, rad′ū-la, n. the tongue or lingual ribbon of a mollusc.
The bent form of the embryonic heart recalls the heart of spiders; it lies at first free, as in the mollusc Anomia.Form and Function|E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell