OTHER WORDS FROM oviparouso·vi·par·i·ty [oh-vuh-par-i-tee], /ˌoʊ vəˈpær ɪ ti/, o·vip·a·rous·ness, nouno·vip·a·rous·ly, adverb
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How to use oviparous in a sentence
It is an oviparous animal, and its eggs scarcely exceed in size those of a goose.
The same kind of animal is then at one time of the year viviparous, and at another oviparous.
His purpose was the study of the wonderful Australian fauna, the oviparous mammals, marsupials, and ceratodus (lungfish).
Their nervous system also is not materially different, and they are both oviparous.
By far the larger portion of insects is oviparous in the ordinary acceptation of the term.