n. (plural of newt English)
Usage examples of "newts".
They rose over the church wall all together, like the Punch and Judy ghosts of remembered days, and there were otters and nightingales and vulgar crows and hares and serpents and falcons and fishes and goats and dogs and dainty unicorns and newts and solitary wasps and goat-moth caterpillars and corkindrills and volcanoes and mighty trees and patient stones.
There were tentacled white slugs, squirming lam-preylike fish with toothy suckers, and things which looked like newts and tadpoles.
He went by Hampstead Pond where people stood and peered into the green water still possibly housing newts, toads and other childhood creatures.