Definition of wombat :
Any one of three species of Australian burrowing marsupials of the genus Phascolomys, especially the common species ( P. ursinus). They are nocturnal in their habits, and feed mostly on roots.
mammal (part of speech: noun)
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- Of course, seeing a perfect stranger at the door, the Wombat had no suspicions, and said at once, 'Such is the name of him you see before you. - "The Magic Pudding", Norman Lindsay.
- So on the principle of always getting something for nothing, as the Wombat said, Puddin' was brought out and placed on the ground. - "The Magic Pudding", Norman Lindsay.
- The Possum whipped the bag over their heads, the Wombat whipped a rope round the bag, and there they were, helpless. - "The Magic Pudding", Norman Lindsay.