How To Use Scaleless In A Sentence

  • The huge leather (scaleless) carp had been caught an average of only three times a year. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cutlassfishes are characterized by a scaleless, band-shaped body tapering to a slim pointed tail, with one dorsal fin extending the whole length of the body; the anal is also long but is very low.
  • I tried to find a biblical justification for it, but no matter how hard I looked, I always ended up at Leviticus 11:10 which calls scaleless fish, "an abomination. Archive 2004-12-05
  • It is a left-sided flatfish, with its eyes normally on the left side of the head, and it is scaleless, though its head and body are studded with numerous bony knobs, or tubercles.
  • Their scaleless body is covered in hard bony plates.
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  • The giant catfish, the world's biggest scaleless freshwater fish, is in danger of extinction and listed as an endangered species in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
  • Blennies have scaleless, elongated bodies, and comb-like, slender, close-set teeth, which can be either fixed or movable.
  • Their flat, scaleless bellies and slender, elongated bodies facilitate the process.
  • Enormous monolithic buildings, windowless and scaleless, were separated by vast boulevards.
  • Third, scaleless aquatic animals such as snails are often host to all sorts of pathogenic worms like the schistosoma, which causes bilharzias. Modern Science in the Bible
  • Beyond P. spathula being a source of caviar, their skin is thick, scaleless, strong, and tans well, making it a marketable product.
  • But beyond, and high above all, as if the spirits of the air had suddenly unveiled their bright abodes, placed in scaleless altitude in the stainless sky, heaven-kissing, companions of the unattainable ether, were the glorious Alps, clothed in dazzling robes of light by the setting sun. III.7
  • Most have small, round, embedded scales, although some are scaleless.
  • One reason why “scaleless” aquatic animals such as shellfish, crabs, lobsters, and prawns pose a threat to public health is that their meat spoils particularly quickly. Modern Science in the Bible
  • It is a left-sided flatfish, with its eyes normally on the left side of the head, and it is scaleless, though its head and body are studded with numerous bony knobs, or tubercles.

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