Zoology Having arms or armlike appendages. (adjective)
To move by swinging with the arms from one hold to another, as certain apes do. (verb-intransitive)
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Use "brachiate" in a sentence
"Kitty has promised her 11-year-old daughter, Marina, money toward her Girl Scout camping trip if she will teach her brother how to “brachiate.”"
"So, did you walk to this party or did you brachiate?"
"Around the circular pit were crowded all the races of Garden, or rather, all those races which had not been exterminated resisting the evil Wizards: the hooded Druids, brachiate tree dwellers from the Great Forest, a band of fuzzies in their bright orange robes, many lizard soldiers hissing and laughing and shouting, stubby little Marsh Folk, and hundreds of mutants."