Zebra in a sentence

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Definition of Zebra

  • Any member of three species of African wild horses remarkable for having the body white or yellowish white, and conspicuously marked with dark brown or brackish bands.
  • any of several fleet black-and-white striped African equines

How to use zebra in a sentence. Zebra pronunciation.

A little later Ted caught a perch which had stripes on its sides, "like a zebra," as Jan said.
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The Zigzag Zealous Zebra, who carried five Monkeys on his back all the way to Jellibolee.
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Of course it does not matter mathematically what name we give to a unit of power; we may call it a Zeus or a Zebra; but there is a very vicious implication in using the name of an animal to denote a purely human product.
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Taking most strictly analogous facts amongst the blessed pigeons for my guide, I believe I can plainly see the colouring and marks of the grandfather of the Ass, Horse, Quagga, Hemionus and Zebra, some millions of generations ago!
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In April, when the Zebra Halictus, in search of a good place for her burrows, roams up and down the garden paths with her oscillating flight, the parasite, on its side, hastens to hatch.
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Among many other instances, let us quote that of the Zebra Halictus.
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Those of the Zebra Halictus suit her very well, when the terrible Gnat has left them vacant for lack of heirs.
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These little scenes afford us a glimpse of certain details of the highest interest in the habits of the Zebra Halictus.
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The Zebra Halictus has something better than these muddy hovels: she has snug corners in the stone-heaps, hiding-places in the sunny walls and many other convenient habitations.
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Like the Zebra Halictus, she has two generations a year, one in spring and one in summer; like her, too, she settles by preference in the hard ruts of the country roads.
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Speaking of the Zebra Halictus, I used the words hamlet, village, township; and the expressions were appropriate.
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Let us forget for a moment what the Zebra Halictus and the Early Halictus have taught us.
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As the Zebra Halictus and the Early Halictus told me later, each miner goes to work alone and makes herself a gallery which will be her exclusive property.
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We will cut short these details concerning the cells, which the Zebra Halictus has already shown us in greater perfection, leave the home to itself and come to the most striking feature in the life-history of the Halicti.
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These old observations on the habits of the Cylindrical Halictus may now be followed by a general summary which will incorporate the recent data supplied by the Zebra Halictus and the Early Halictus.
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The Zebra Halicti, studied first at Orange and then, under better conditions, at Serignan, in my own enclosure, have not these subterranean customs: they celebrate their weddings amid the joys of the light, the sun and the flowers.
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On the other hand, those of the Zebra Halictus move their quarters, meet the males outside and do not return to the burrows, which my autumn excavations always find deserted.
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In the spring, the females, fecundated since the autumn, come out: the Cylindrical Halicti from their cells, the Zebra Halicti from their various shelters, the Early Halicti apparently from their chambers, like the first.
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The Zebra Halictus confirms what I say.
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For all that, I am inclined to think that the portress of the Zebra Halictus is unknown here.
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Examples of Zebra

Example #1
After that Jan and Ted each caught two fish, and they soon had enough to cook.
Example #2
They knew how, for their father had taught them, and soon Jan had landed a good-sized sunfish.
Example #3
The Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo, whose Head was ever so much bigger than his Body, and whose Hat was rather small.
Example #4
The Excellent Double-extra XX imbibing King Xerxes, who lived a long while ago.
Example #5
Everything in our civilization was produced by MAN; it seems only reasonable that this unit of power which is the direct product of Man’s work, should be correctly named after him.
Example #6
What perfect nonsense to call a purely human achievement the equivalent of so much “horse-power”!