Di·cyn·o·don | \ (ˈ)dī¦sinəˌdän, -¦sīn-\
Definition of Dicynodon
: a genus of heavily built small to moderately large Permian reptiles (order Therapsida) that were presumably herbivorous and semiaquatic or marsh-dwelling forms and that had the teeth reduced to a pair of large canines in the male only and the jaws covered by a horny beak
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incapable of being surmounted or overcome
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