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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Insects
anthillant‧hill /ˈæntˌhɪl/ noun [countable]  HBIa place where ants live
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anthillOnce the mortar rounds started falling, I jumped behind an anthill with my legs exposed.At times, even in the cities, an anthill occupied by a Cobra can be the cause of great traffic problems.Bricks were made from sun-dried anthill soil.Sioux medicine men collected tiny, glistening pebbles from anthills and used them in medicine rattles.In the daylight, it resembled a gigantic anthill.His hair had formed itself into an interesting anthill kind of a shape though.Obscured by clouds and rain in remote corners of croplands, they damaged little more than anthills or irrigation networks.If I can reach that anthill I can get some good sketches.
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