\kɹˈɒkədˌa͡ɪl], \kɹˈɒkədˌaɪl], \k_ɹ_ˈɒ_k_ə_d_ˌaɪ_l]\
Definitions of CROCODILE
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large voracious aquatic reptile having a long snout with massive jaws and sharp teeth and a body covered with bony plates; of sluggish tropical waters
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Proceeding from a crocodile; false or affected, as the tears the crocodile is fabled to shed over its victim.
A large amphibious animal, having the back and tail covered with large and square scales; a captious sophism contrived to ensnare an adversary.
By Nuttall, P.Austin.
A large voracious reptile of amphibious habits, in shape resembling a lizard, and covered with scutes.
By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H.
n. [Greek] A genus of the saurian animals growing to the length of sixteen or eighteen feet. It inhabits the large rivers Africa and Asia, and lays its eggs, resembling those of a goose, in the sand, to be hatched by the heat of; the sunâ€”it is allied to the; alligator.
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