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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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wombatwom‧bat /ˈwɒmbæt $ ˈwɑːm-/ noun [countable]  HBAan Australian animal like a small bear whose babies live in a pocket of skin on its body
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wombatDays passed, weeks passed, months passed, and there was no wombat.Out of Canberra you can see wombats, possums and kangaroos at dusk if you leave the main road.Whistler was dining at Tudor House, and the wombat was brought on the table with coffee and cigars.Not a cigar was left, but there was the skeleton of the wombat.Apart from anything else, that takes my mind off the wombat of Stoke Newington and his tufty little dormitory.
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