butterfly

All Noun
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  • Info Butterflies are part of the class of Insects in the order Lepidoptera. more...
  • Some people say that when a butterfly lands on you it means good luck.
  • The x-guard is often used in combination with butterfly and half guard.
  • The song was one of the last recorded tracks and was the only non-original song on Butterfly.
  • Butterfly gives him her hand and this her child's.
  • The butterfly seems to be well established and is extending its range from year to year.
  • Over-collection of the species for commercial gain is considered a high threat to this butterfly.
  • Two butterfly families were named after him and eleven entomologic species bear his name.
  • The doors on the vehicle move up and out when opened, and are thus of the butterfly type.
  • The butterfly guard is often short-lived since the opponent might be able to move quite freely.
  • The habitat is home to the second-largest population of the rare butterfly.
  • While the butterfly was difficult, it brought a great improvement in speed.
  • In many cultures the soul of a dead person is associated with the butterfly.
  • Twenty two species of butterfly have been recorded.
  • Members offered their expertise to set up butterfly gardens, especially in schools.
  • However entomology beyond butterfly collection gained importance due to the growing economic importance of agriculture.
  • Other types of vehicles may use the circular design, a butterfly shape, or some other shape.
  • Another says the performer should release a butterfly into the room.
  • Her first name, Butterfly, was a suggestion from a friend of the family.
  • The island is also inhabited by a number of rare butterfly species.
  • Butterfly says yes, all the flowers from all the bushes and plants and trees.
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Synonyms of butterfly

Meaning of butterfly

  • noun Diurnal insect typically having a slender body with knobbed antennae and broad colorful wings
  • noun A swimming stroke in which the arms are thrown forward together out of the water while the feet kick up and down
  • verb Flutter like a butterfly
  • verb Cut and spread open, as in preparation for cooking
    butterflied shrimp