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Aposematicap-ə-sə-MAD-ikPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Greek, late 19th century
1(of coloration or markings) serving to warn or repel predators.2(of an animal) having aposematic coloration or markings.
 
Examples of Aposematic in a sentence “Poison dart frogs have bright aposematic designs to warn potential predators that they are venomous.” “Monarch butterfly caterpillars are poisonous, which is why they have aposematic coloring.”