Synonyms

1. marsupial

noun. ['mɑːrˈsuːpiːəl'] mammals of which the females have a pouch (the marsupium) containing the teats where the young are fed and carried.

Synonyms

  • possum
  • wombat
  • dasyurid
  • pouched mole
  • metatherian
  • Marsupialia
  • kangaroo
  • Notoryctus typhlops
  • marsupial mole
  • opossum
  • opossum rat
  • order Marsupialia
  • bandicoot
  • pouched mammal
  • phalanger

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Words that Rhyme with Marsupial

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  • coaxial
  • collegial
  • colloquial
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Example sentences of the word marsupial


1. Noun, singular or mass
A marsupial is a mammal with a pouch to contain its young.

2. Adjective
But marsupial babies aren't usually fully developed when they're born.

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