Recent Examples of lizard from the Web
Of course, Taylor's not the first celebrity to be wrapped up in a conspiracy theory about reptiles; some fans think Justin Bieber can actually shapeshift into a lizard.
They also till the earth to search for prey like rodents, insects and lizards.
Namely, the destruction this giant fire-breathing flying lizard can wreck on any would-be challengers, including of course, the ever-challenging Lannisters?
Evolutionary biologist Losos profiles the latest probes into this question, including his own work in the Bahamas monitoring lizard body measurements in various habitats.
So, in addition to cats and dogs, their menagerie has included a pigeon, a goat, a potbellied big, a monitor lizard and other animals that end up as household pets.
She's covered her face in reinterpretations of fine art like Venus de Milo, as well as wildlife such as tigers and lizards.
Durkin and her husband also have a 23-year-old son and a pet lizard, won two years ago at a carnival.
Changing back into my day clothes, my skin felt smooth and much less lizard-like.
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Origin and Etymology of lizard
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of lizard for English Language Learners
: a type of reptile that has four legs and a long body and tail
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