/ (ˌpɒlɪˈprəʊtəʊˌdɒnt) /
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any marsupial of the group Polyprotodontia, characterized by four or more upper incisor teeth on each side of the jaw: includes the opossums and bandicootsCompare diprotodont
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Word Origin for polyprotodont
C19: from poly- + proto- + -odont
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How to use polyprotodont in a sentence
Now the most ancient Marsupials are decidedly more Polyprotodont-like.
Figs. 76 and 77 illustrate the Polyprotodont and Diprotodont dentitions.