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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - An animal with two feet

Usage examples (32)
  • For example, Plato once defined man as " a featherless biped."
  • The only reason we know human beings are a special kind of biped is by studying human beings.
  • But when the negative proposition being particular is necessary, take the terms 'biped', 'moving', 'animal',
  • A large biped had found the opening from the other side. for more
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  • A "biped" is a two-footed animal, while a "bipod" is a two-legged stand.
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