It has always been out of joint, a great slipshod Leviathan, at sixes and sevens, invertebrate and fungus-brained.
I can see you are accustomed to invertebrate admirers who spoil you.
Histologically the ovum, or egg-cell, is nearly identical in all animals, whether vertebrate or invertebrate.
We are invertebrate, and on the evil day we are not able to stand.
The class of animals having no backbone, or invertebrate animals, were largely represented.
First invertebrate life, then the lowest forms of vertebrate life.
In the invertebrate kingdom true cartilage occurs but scantily.
It avoids the invertebrate flow of thought that is unaware of structure.
This is particularly observable between the vertebrate and invertebrate animals.
They are gone, and we are left—an unprejudiced, but an invertebrate and a flaccid, generation.
invertebrate in·ver·te·brate (ĭn-vûr'tə-brĭt, -brāt')
Lacking a backbone or spinal column; not vertebrate.
Of or relating to invertebrates.
Adjective Having no backbone or spinal column.
Noun An animal that has no backbone or spinal column and therefore does not belong to the subphylum Vertebrata of the phylum Chordata. Most animals are invertebrates. Corals, insects, worms, jellyfish, starfish, and snails are invertebrates.