hibernating (Meaning)

Wordnet

hibernating (s)

in a condition of biological rest or suspended animation

Webster

hibernating (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Hibernate

hibernating Sentence Examples

  1. The bear began hibernating in its cozy den to escape the harsh winter conditions.
  2. Hedgehogs curl up into small balls for hibernation, trapping air to stay warm.
  3. Squirrels store food in their underground burrows to sustain themselves during hibernation.
  4. Woodchucks fatten up in the fall, ensuring they have ample reserves for hibernation.
  5. The chipmunk's metabolism slows down dramatically during hibernation, conserving energy.
  6. Bats often hibernate in caves or hollow trees, hanging upside down for insulation.
  7. Some species of frogs bury themselves in mud and hibernate to survive freezing temperatures.
  8. Lizards find shelter in rocks or under loose soil for hibernation, where they remain motionless.
  9. Turtles hibernate underwater, burrowing into the sediment to protect themselves from the cold.
  10. Honeybees cluster in their hive to stay warm during hibernation, vibrating their wings to generate heat.

FAQs About the word hibernating

in a condition of biological rest or suspended animationof Hibernate

lounging, playing, chilling,sleeping, resting, dozing, hacking (around), dillydallying, lolling, poking

slaving, hustling, laboring, toiling, plowing, laboring, plowing, grinding, grinding, humping

The bear began hibernating in its cozy den to escape the harsh winter conditions.

Hedgehogs curl up into small balls for hibernation, trapping air to stay warm.

Squirrels store food in their underground burrows to sustain themselves during hibernation.

Woodchucks fatten up in the fall, ensuring they have ample reserves for hibernation.