Recent Examples of newt from the Web
Just don’t accidentally trade a gray newt for a Babe Ruth.
Not all witches deal in cemetery dirt and eyes of newt — this limited-edition purse spray is for the Glindas, Sabrinas, and Hermiones out there.
Adam Dublinske, a 20-year-old from Milford, Iowa, and other Marines joined the biologists’ efforts to watch for newts.
There is a dwarf who wears a gold ring as a belt; a newt who may or may not be named Reddy; a girl in tap shoes who bakes a chicken.
A rainbow snake and Klingon newt are among the whimsical new species discovered in the Greater Mekong region, scientists announced today.
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NEWT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of newt for English Language Learners
: a small animal that lives mostly in water and that has four short legs, a long, low body and tail, and soft, wet skin
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