amoeboid

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a·moe·boid

 (ə-mē′boid′)
adj.
Of or resembling an amoeba, especially in changeability of form and means of locomotion.

amoeboid

(əˈmiːbɔɪd) or

ameboid

adj
(Zoology) of, related to, or resembling amoebae
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Adj.1.amoeboid - like an amoeba (especially in having a variable irregular shape)amoeboid - like an amoeba (especially in having a variable irregular shape)
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Amparado por ese talante festivo, Quevedo parece asestar un regano moralista a la ostentosa vanidad del ricachon gordo que se pasea orondo por las calles, pero hay razones para apreciar que, dada la estricta censura de su tiempo, disfrazo de folclore una saeta politicamente filosa contra el rey mismo, la figura de autoridad suprema, sancionada por los poderes terrenales y del cielo.
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