Sex′ton-bee′tle, a coleopterous insect of the genus Necrophorus; Sex′tonship, the office of a sexton.
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Bur′dock, a dock with a bur or prickly head; Bur′-this′tle, the spear-thistle.
Net' tle cells, the stinging cells found in the cœlenterates.
Bat′tleship, a war-ship of the first class; Pitched′-bat′tle, a battle fought on chosen ground.
Brattling, brat′ling, n. a clattering noise: quarrel: tumult—also Brat′tle.
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Fal′con-gen′til, -gen′tle, the female and young of the goshawk.