Associations to the word «Striped»
STRIPED, adjective. Having stripes, decorated or marked with bands differing in color.
STRIPED, verb. Simple past tense and past participle of stripe
STRIPED ALDER, noun. American winterberry, Ilex verticillata.
STRIPED BASS, noun. A popular fish among sport fisherman along Atlantic coast north of Virginia to Canada, Morone saxatilis.
STRIPED BEAKFISH, noun. A tropical fish, Oplegnathus fasciatus, found primarily in waters around Japan. The young are distinguished by alternating stripes or bars of light and dark grey, whence the names. Adults, which grow up to 15 inches, tend to be charcoal grey.
STRIPED CATFISH, noun. Plotosus lineatus, a type of eeltail catfish with a long, cylindrical body, black with horizontal white stripes. Has venomous spines on its dorsal and pectoral fins.
STRIPED CATFISHES, noun. Plural of striped catfish
STRIPED FIELD MOUSE, noun. A species of the sub-family Murinae (Old World rats and mice), Apodemus agrarius
STRIPED HYENA, noun. Smallest of the true hyenas, Hyaena hyaena.
STRIPED MAPLE, noun. Moosewood (Acer pensylvanicum).
STRIPED SHIELD BUG, noun. A shield bug with black and red stripes, Graphosoma lineatum.
STRIPED SHIELD BUGS, noun. Plural of striped shield bug
STRIPED SKUNK, noun. A carnivore of the species Mephitis mephitis, known for the persistent pungent aroma of the scent it sprays when threatened.
STRIPED THREADFIN, noun. A species of threadfin, Polydactylus plebeius.
STRIPED, adjective. Marked or decorated with stripes.
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