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anguilliform

Line breaks: an¦guilli|form
Pronunciation: /aŋˈɡwɪlɪfɔːm/

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Definition of anguilliform in English:

adjective

rare
1Shaped like or resembling an eel: a suitably anguilliform entrance
1.1 Zoology Relating to a large order of fishes (Anguilliformes) that comprises the eels.

Origin

late 17th century: from Latin anguilla 'eel' + -iform.

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