Definition of "terrestrials" [terrestrials]

  • Plural form of terrestrial. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "terrestrials" in a sentence
  • "The market distortion effect it's having on the other three terrestrials is devastating ... timed with the depression, the effects are likely to cause lasting damage to ITV."
  • "While common patterns such as terrestrials (ants, grasshoppers, crickets), mayflies, and stoneflies will all work at times, no fly angler should be without a selection of small midges."
  • "TWO It's a pretty faint little bugger, we can hardly make out any of its planets in the optical Well down in the infrared I'm picking up plenty from the two terrestrial-sized planets looks like a high albedo on both of 'em Wish we had a decent-sized star to reconnoiter this damn one's small as Ra an 'got a lotta flares on it give a look at' at corona big splotches all over it Bound to be variable, all the small stars are, so according to theory those 'terrestrials'II have big swings in the weather Doesn't look good for a stable biosphere on those Outer planets all 'bout Saturn-sized lotsa moons and two rings, some asteroids between those two, looks like it's a pretty standard pattern Why the Isis Watcher would beam a signal to this dead place I dunno maybe a mistake, huh Nigel?"