Reptiles

a vertebrate creature of a class that incorporates snakes, reptiles, crocodiles, turtles, and tortoises. They are recognized by having a dry layered skin and normally laying delicate shelled eggs ashore.

any of the inhumane vertebrates constituting the class Reptilia, described by lungs, an external covering of horny scales or plates, and youthful created in amniotic eggs. The class today incorporates the tortoises, turtles, snakes, reptiles, and crocodiles; in Mesozoic circumstances it was the overwhelming gathering, containing the dinosaurs and related structures

2. a stooping inconsequential individual

you hopeless little reptile!

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3. crawling, creeping, or squirming

4. stooping or inconsequential; mean; abominable

any of the merciless vertebrates constituting the class Reptilia, portrayed by lungs, an external covering of horny scales or plates, and youthful delivered in amniotic eggs. The class today incorporates the tortoises, turtles, snakes, reptiles, and crocodiles; in Mesozoic circumstances it was the prevailing gathering, containing the dinosaurs and related structures

2. a mean, slippery, cowering individual

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3. of, as, or normal for a reptile; reptilian