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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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lizardliz‧ard /ˈlɪzəd $ -ərd/ ●●○ noun [countable]  lizard.jpg HBAa type of reptile that has four legs and a long tail
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lizardAnd lizards hid lots of baby lizards under the rocks in the desert.All the wiring was exposed and frayed, and small lizards ran across the ceiling.The severed heads of gulls, rabbits, crows, mice, owls, moles and small lizards looked down on me.It reminded him of the lizards smashed on his hotel wall.He stood facing the wall where the lizard stains were, rubbing the back of his neck.The lizards seem to use their fringes to absorb heat while basking in the sun.
Lizard, thethe LizardLizard, the  an area of land going out into the sea in the southwest of England, which is the part of the UK that is furthest to the south
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