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abortive imperfectly or incompletely developed; rudimentary. [1/3 definitions]
coracoid a bone that extends from shoulder blade to breastbone in reptiles and birds, but that is only a rudimentary bony process in mammals. [1/2 definitions]
dame school an informal school common to Colonial New England in which rudimentary educational and social skills were taught to children by a woman in her home. [1/2 definitions]
earless seal any of a family of seals with inconspicuous ears, short front flippers, and rudimentary hind flippers that are best adapted for swimming.
embryo an organism in its earliest stage or stages of development and in a rudimentary or early form. [2/3 definitions]
embryonic in an undeveloped or early stage; rudimentary. [1/2 definitions]
emu a large flightless Australian bird related to the ostrich that has head and neck feathers and rudimentary wings.
germ a rudimentary biological part, such as a bud, seed, or embryo, that gives rise to further growth or development. [2/3 definitions]
germinal of, concerning, or at a rudimentary level of growth or development. [1/2 definitions]
halter2 either of a pair of club-shaped appendages that form rudimentary hind wings on an insect, such as the fly or mosquito, and serve to maintain its balance in flight.
kittiwake either of two gulls of northern regions, which have a rudimentary hind toe.
Manx cat a short-haired domestic cat with either a rudimentary tail, or no tail at all.
spider monkey any of several tropical American monkeys that have long spidery limbs, rudimentary or no thumbs, and a long prehensile tail.
stick figure a conventional, rudimentary representation of a human figure drawn using a single straight line for the torso, straight lines for the limbs, and a circle for the head.
vestige a rudimentary or non-functional part or organ remaining from an earlier stage of development in an individual or species, such as the human appendix. [1/2 definitions]