Definition of "uakari" [ua•ka•ri]
- (noun) Any of several arboreal monkeys, of the genus Cacajao, from the Amazon basin.
- (noun) a monkey of the genus Cacajao with a bald red face and long reddish fur, found in the north-western Amazon basin
Use "uakari" in a sentence
- "A K A R I win a spelling bee p.s. Every difficult word above -- except for "uakari" -- was in the 2009 National Spellng Bee p.p.s. I recorded this song live, and yes, by accident I DID spell "clogwyn" wrong."
- "The nine primates include howler monkeys Alouatta seniculus, night monkeys Aotus trivirgatus, titi monkeys Callicebus torquatus, black uakari Cacajao melanocephalus, weeper capuchins Cebus olivaceus, and white-faced sakis Pithecia pithecia."
- "Look at that uakari monkey in that tree someday he might help U ..."