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ape a mammal in the group of primates, which includes chimpanzees, gibbons, gorillas, and orangutans. Apes do not have tails. They have very flexible hands and feet. Apes range in size from three to six feet tall, and they can weigh up to 450 pounds. Apes live in the forests in Africa and Asia. [1/2 definitions]
baleen the bony, flexible strips in the upper jaws of whales that feed by filtering food from ocean water. These whales use baleen to strain large amounts of small food such as shrimp from the water.
belt a continuous band of heavy, flexible material used to drive a machine or carry materials. [1/3 definitions]
foil2 a very thin, flexible sheet of a metal, such as aluminum.
hose a flexible tube of rubber or plastic through which a liquid can pass. [1/3 definitions]
mail2 flexible armor made of connected metal rings.
monkey a small mammal that is one of the primates. Monkeys have very flexible hands and feet. Some kinds of monkeys have tails which they use to hang from trees. Different kinds of monkeys live in Central and South America, Africa, and Asia. [1/3 definitions]
primate any animal in the category of mammals that includes humans, monkeys, apes, and some smaller, simpler animals. Most primates have large brains and flexible hands.
relax to become more flexible or at ease. [1/4 definitions]
sneaker a shoe that has a rubber sole. Sneakers are made of cloth or other flexible material and are worn to play sports.
stern1 firm and determined; not flexible. [1/2 definitions]
stretch to spread out or reach out to the full length in order to make loose and flexible. [1/13 definitions]
supple easily curved or bent; flexible. [1/2 definitions]
tape measure a tool for measuring length made of a long strip of cloth or flexible metal. A tape measure is marked off in inches, centimeters, or other units.
tapir a large mammal that has four short legs with hooves, a round body, and a long flexible snout. Tapirs look like pigs, but they are related to horses and rhinoceroses. They live in the rain forests of southeast Asia and Central and South America. Tapirs eat plants.
trunk the long snout of an elephant. An elephant uses its flexible trunk to breathe, feed itself, pick up objects, and many other things. [1/6 definitions]