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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of scutes

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of scutes:
/skjuts/

Derived Form of scutes

noun
root word: scute
plural: scutes
verb
root word: scute
Noun: scute
1
large bony or horny plate as on an armadillo or turtle
Type ofprotective covering*,

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  1. Not scutes by the way, I looked it up...scutes
  2. Look at all those scutes and osteoderm.
  3. Actually gathering the scutes to create the shell is quite a lengthy process and when
  4. scutes, which make up its sturdy shell.
  5. The way in which the scutes overlap gives the rear margin of the shell a serrated look,
  6. Look on the scutes on the back of this tail.
  7. These scutes can be cut off, they won't grow back.
  8. back, often called scutes.
  9. them what those scutes were for.
  10. For a long time, it was argued that the scutes were there for thermoregulation.
  11. In the 1970s, researchers found tubes running through some fossilized scutes, and thought
  12. have a full array of scutes, so if they did give them some advantage,
  13. Now you might also think that the scutes were defensive. But if that were the
  14. The most recent theory is that stegosaurs had scutes because they just looked awesome.
  15. the Jurassic, with their scutes and their spiky tails, which they knew how
  16. in that the way that its shell grows over time, the scutes,
  17. those scutes shed off and then continue to grow underneath,
  18. but the box turtle keeps its scutes its entire life.
  19. Because they need to go and frik somewhere else. Damn. Look at these boys. I got so many scutes from them
  20. Scientists think that the reason they can doze off so deeply is because of their distinctive bony plates, called ossified dermal scutes.