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Noun(1) leather made from alligator's hide(2) either of two amphibious reptiles related to crocodiles but with shorter broader snouts
Verb(1) crack and acquire the appearance of alligator hide, as from weathering or improper application; of paint and varnishes
(1) George can provide exotic skins too, like alligator , lizard, ostrich and even stingray.(2) Get rid of alligator legs by first exfoliating in the shower.(3) In the dim light could be seen a black cowboy hat, a black trench coat, a pair of dirty blue jeans with alligator skin boots and a generous helping of ammo belts draped over his chest.(4) He wore dark blue pants and alligator skin boots, and a white shirt that had long puffy sleeves and purple embroidery on the cuffs.(5) Startled by Theo's sudden arrival, the old lady emitted a little shriek and clutched her alligator skin handbag tightly to her chest.(6) Mississippi alligators commonly live for about 80 years.(7) A variety of turtles lived in the rivers, along with gar, freshwater clams and snails, crayfish, and alligators .(8) Saltwater marshes and ponds dot the landscape, and alligators lazily sun themselves on banks.(9) Many people think there is a big difference between crocodiles and alligators , but this is not correct as they both belong to the same family.(10) And it is fair to say they are rather desperate to catch Chucky the alligator and the other five alligators .(11) Stunned parkgoers have even spotted the pythons in epic battles with native alligators .(12) Bullough brought alligators and giant turtles to the island, where they lived in heated glasshouses.(13) This environmentally protected area is home to turtles, crabs, dolphins, and alligators .(14) Potential alligators should form an orderly crocodile line and apply quickly to avoid tears.(15) When docking or beaching, look for evidence of turtles, birds, alligators and other animals along shore.(16) There are snakes and alligators everywhere, and the more you see, the more you realise the city isn't going to be liveable for who knows how long.
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Different Formsalligator, alligators
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