a grayish-black mole, Neurotrichus gibbsii, of the western coast of the United States and Canada, that grows to a length of about 3 inches (7.6 centimeters).
any of several Asiatic moles of the genus Uropsilus.
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How to use shrew mole in a sentence
He has been heard to say that, in investigating the habits of the shrew mole, he walked many hundred miles.Rambles of a Naturalist | John D. Godman
A shrew-mole lived for many weeks in my study, and made use of a gun-case, into which he squeezed himself, as a burrow.Rambles of a Naturalist | John D. Godman
The little shrew mole, which I know is active at night, I have never seen but once.Under the Maples | John Burroughs
Why destroy the shrew mole, which lives on earthworms, as the mouse does on wheat?
The shrew mole of North America is a ground-digger of great ingenuity.The Human Side of Animals | Royal Dixon
British Dictionary definitions for shrew mole
any of several moles, such as Uropsilus soricipes of E Asia or Neurotrichus gibbsi of E North America, having a long snout and long tail
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