Origin of scorpion
OTHER WORDS FROM scorpionscor·pi·on·ic [skawr-pee-on-ik], /ˌskɔr piˈɒn ɪk/, adjective
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How to use scorpion in a sentence
As invertebrates in the arachnid family, scorpions are closely related to spiders and ticks and are most active in warm summer months, hunting at night and keeping to the cool shade during the day.
Of course, hidden scorpions can still sting if you accidentally enter their refuge, so watch where you put your uncovered hands and feet when in their typically dry, rocky natural habitats, and be cautious when reaching into crevices or under rocks.
Flies, like Tobler’s cockroaches and scorpions, could not be easily hooked up to an EEG machine.
She studied scorpions, giraffes, hamsters, cats — 22 species in all.
There was a separate experiment to see how much he’d have to pay students to eat a whole scorpion.
This Israel-Hamas war feels different, neither turtle nor scorpion even pretending anymore about seeking peace.Is It Just Me or Is the World Exploding? So Why Isn’t Obama Doing More?|Michael Tomasky|July 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The group trekked for about 10 days trying out numerous plants before they found the right one: Scorpion Tail.
The process to fully distill the Scorpion Tail took three hours.
The scorpion, a Heterometrus spinifer, is completely edible, despite the arachnid being deadly if alive.
Dominic Ware has a scorpion encased in resin on a string around his neck.
Two Turkish Regiments were discovered in mass creeping along the top of the cliffs by the searchlights of the Scorpion.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
This, with contemptuous indignation, we fling back into their face, as a scorpion to a vulture.
I should have been in her fond embrace—now I shared the company of the rat, the lizard, and the scorpion.Confessions of a Thug|Philip Meadows Taylor
Ida left her thus—writhing under the scorpion-lash of remorse, and rejecting consolation.Alone|Marion Harland
Another swallowed a living scorpion, a small snake, broken glass and nails.