[ UK /tɹˈɒɡlədˌa‍ɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. one who lives in solitude
  2. someone who lives in a cave
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How To Use troglodyte In A Sentence

  • What about network building, political action, community development, science education, etc. that actually shows troglodytes such as Boulton that progressives have plans they are working on other than starting wars to get things done? Think Progress » Bolton: Either Iran Gets Nukes Or ‘Israel Or Somebody Else Uses Military Force To Stop It’
  • Since arriving in Potya from Go Ahead Troglodytes of Friesland, the ball juggling man-thing from the land of the light fandango has set the republic alight with his mix of flair, pace and badly wired electrical appliances. Helium-sniffing Simeon Troll goes for broke in the mad world of Potya
  • There are small primate populations of potto Perodicticus potto, western black and white colobus Colobus polykomos, red colobus Colobus badius (EN), diana monkey Cercopithecus diana (EN), lesser bushbaby Galago senegalensi and chimpanzees Pan troglodytes (EN) which are close neighbors of the tool-using population in Bossou. Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve, Guinea and Côte d'Ivoire
  • But any woman who could use that word pedant, I reasoned, call her ex-husband “duplicitous” and a “narcissist,” and describe an assistant manager we both worked for as a “troglodyte” was a woman I felt I could spend time talking to and perhaps even want to live with, despite the three kids, a first husband, and her extra year in age. Closing Time
  • This is the most outstanding, intact example of a troglodyte settlement in the Mediterranean region ecosystem.
  • Revenant: The difference between a gentleman and a "troglodyte" isn't that the former respects women and the latter doesn't. Guilt-tripping parents into getting plastic surgery for their kids.
  • Now then, what aggravates me is, that these troglodytes and muscovites and bandoleers and buccaneers are _also_ trying to crowd in and share the benefit of the law, and compel everybody to revere their Shakespeare and hold him sacred. Is Shakespeare Dead? from my autobiography
  • It was a favorite sport of us troglodytes-permanent residents were 'trogs'; transients were 'bats' because they flew by night-we trogs liked to go on 'spelling bees', picnics which included a little amateur speleology in the unexplored parts. The Past Through Tomorrow
  • He chose the word troglodyte with deliberation; it comes from a Greek word meaning cave dweller. From Savage to Savvy: A New Understanding of Chimps
  • It is technology utterly out of functional scale in turn pointing a finger with the label troglodyte if you even suggest alternatives. CommonDreams.org Headlines
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