A very large carnivorous dinosaur of the Upper Cretaceous Period of North America, characterized by small forelimbs and a large head.(noun)
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Use "tyrannosaur" in a sentence
"They can break a tyrannosaur's neck with a swipe of their tail."
"Say "tyrannosaur" and most people picture a clunky, heavy-set beast with huge teeth and a brutish character."
"One thing that we see in other tyrannosaur species is evidence that maybe some of these young animals actually palled around in groups of juveniles - sort of rambling gangs of young tyrannosaurs - potentially even avoiding the adults."