Quadruped (noun)

An animal that has four legs, such as a horse or dog.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from latin quadrupes, from quattuor "four" + pes "foot".

Examples:

  1. The quadruped moved quickly through the forest.
  2. Quadrupeds are animals that walk on four legs.
  3. The quadruped was a majestic animal with a strong and powerful body.
  4. The quadruped had four legs and a long tail.
  5. Quadrupeds are common in the animal kingdom and include many different species such as horses, dogs, cats, and cows.
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