Origin of reptile
Related formsrep·tile·like, adjectiverep·ti·loid [rep-tl-oid] /ˈrɛp tlˌɔɪd/, adjective
Examples from the Web for reptiles
And some reptiles add a fourth function to the overworked cloacal repository–that of respiration as well.What the Man With No Ass Crack Can Teach Darwinists and Creationists|Kent Sepkowitz|January 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And second, the allegers proved themselves over time to be as unappealing a litter of reptiles and crones as could be imagined.
Fobb says he loves the Everglades—loves snakes, too—and that man is doing far more damage to the area than the reptiles.
When the hiss of reptiles turns to words, you hear something that you have never heard and will never forget.
The country abounds in reptiles, and the prevalent fishes are of the early kinds, having a cartilaginous structure.Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation|Robert Chambers
The father of the winds makes battle with a huge flagroot, and the king of reptiles is shot with a dart.
Very few beasts or reptiles are aggressive; it is only when they feel cornered that they turn.The Adventures of Kathlyn|Harold MacGrath
The glass breaking, the reptiles all escaped into the street.Fantastic Fables|Ambrose Bierce
Why was the earth thus occupied for countless ages by an animal population whose highest members were reptiles and birds?The Origin of the World According to Revelation and Science|John William Dawson