duck–billed dinosaur

noun

Definition of duck–billed dinosaur

  1. :  any of various herbivorous dinosaurs (family Hadrosauridae) of the Late Cretaceous having the jaw elongated into a snout that resembles a beak :  hadrosaur <Fossils of a duck-billed dinosaur have turned up in Antarctica, recalling a time 66 million years ago when the now-frozen continent bore forests and a bountiful ecosystem. — Richard Monastersky>

1913

First Known Use of duck–billed dinosaur

1913

Variants of duck–billed dinosaur

or less commonly

duckbill dinosaur


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