Origin of symbiont
OTHER WORDS FROM symbiontsym·bi·on·tic [sim-bee-on-tik, -bahy-], /ˌsɪm biˈɒn tɪk, -baɪ-/, adjective
How to use symbiont in a sentence
But first a word on human lice, a noble symbiote who has been working the primate circuit for millions of years.
They paid a high price for their symbiote, but it didn't really matter to race-survival until now.
The creature in the magters' brains was a true symbiote then, giving something and receiving something.
The smaller partner has commonly been called a symbiont or symbiote by authors.The Biotic Associations of Cockroaches|Louis M. Roth
A symbiote—and Dis was the world where symbiosis and parasitism had become more advanced and complex than on any other planet.
The final product is a man-plant-animal symbiote that is admirably adapted for survival on this disaster world.