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INVERTEBRATE

'INVERTEBRATE' is a 12 letter word starting with I and ending with E
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Synonyms, crossword answers and other words for INVERTEBRATE

3 letter
words

SOP - WAN

4 letter
words

BABY - FUNK - WEAK

5 letter
words

BIPED - FAINT - FRAIL - MOUSE - PANSY - SISSY - SOFTY

6 letter
words

ABULIC - AFRAID - CANINE - COWARD - FEEBLE - FELINE - FUNKER - GNAWER - INFIRM - MAMMAL - RODENT - VERMIN

7 letter
words

AQUATIC - BIG BABY - CHICKEN - CRYBABY - DOORMAT - MILKSOP - MOLLUSC - NEBBISH - PLIABLE - PRIMATE - REPTILE - SAD SACK - VARMINT

8 letter
words

CANNIBAL - COWARDLY - DULL TOOL - FRAID-CAT - IMPOTENT - MEEK SOUL - OMNIVORE - PUSHOVER - RUMINANT - SOFTLING - UNGULATE - WEAKLING

9 letter
words

AMPHIBIAN - CARNIVORE - FORCELESS - FRAIDY-CAT - HERBIVORE - JELLYFISH - LILY LIVER - MAMMALIAN - MARSUPIAL - MOLLUSCAN - NONENTITY - PROTOZOAN - PROTOZOIC - QUADRUPED - SCAVENGER - SPINELESS - WEAK-KNEED

10 letter
words

CRUSTACEAN - EMASCULATE - INADEQUATE - NAMBY-PAMBY - PANTYWAIST - SCAREDY-CAT - VERTEBRATE - WEAK SISTER - WEAK-MINDED - WEAK-WILLED - WHITE LIVER

11 letter
words

COSMOPOLITE - CRUSTACEOUS - INEFFECTIVE - INEFFECTUAL - INSECTIVORE - LIGHTWEIGHT - MILQUETOAST - MOLLYCODDLE

12 letter
words

CHICKEN LIVER - DISORGANIZED - FAINT-HEARTED - FAINTHEARTED - FEEBLEMINDED - INVERTEBRATE - MARSUPIALIAN - WHITE FEATHER

13 letter
words

GUTLESS WONDER

Definition of invertebrate

  • any animal lacking a backbone or notochord; the term is not used as a scientific classification
  • lacking a backbone or spinal column; "worms are an example of invertebrate animals"

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