Definition of Bryde's whale
- Bryde's whales—leviathans more than 40 feet long—surface, then roll languidly back underwater, flashing their white bellies, circling back over and over.
- —Melissa Gaskill, Nature Conservancy, Summer 2003
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First Known Use: 1913See Words from the same year
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