Whipparee

Whip`pa┬Ěree' noun (Zoology) (a) A large sting ray ( Dasybatis, or Trygon, Sayi ) native of the Southern United States. It is destitute of large spines on the body and tail. (b) A large sting ray ( Rhinoptera bonasus , or R. quadriloba ) of the Atlantic coast
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whipparee

<zoology> A large sting ray (Dasybatis, or Trygon, Sayi) native of the Southern United States. It is destitute of large spines on the body and tail. ... A large sting ray (Rhinoptera bonasus, or R. Quadriloba) of the Atlantic coast of the United States. Its snout appears to be four-lobed when viewed in front, whence it is also called cow-nose
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Whipparee

• (n.) A large sting ray (Rhinoptera bonasus, or R. quadriloba) of the Atlantic coast of the United States. Its snout appears to be four-lobed when viewed in front, whence it is also called cow-nosed ray. • (n.) A large sting ray (Dasybatis, / Trygon, Sayi) native of the Southern United States. It is destitute of large spines on the body
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