boar

All Noun
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  • The King has killed twenty-one boars to-day, and is quite happy. Cited from The Letters of Lord Nelson to Lady Hamilton, Vol II, by Horatio Nelson
  • The wild boar in particular can be seen at some of the least expected places in the city.
  • However, ten or twelve boars have been killed, some how or other, and some large ones. Cited from The Letters of Lord Nelson to Lady Hamilton, Vol II, by Horatio Nelson
  • The boar can now be found in many parts of the Forest.
  • The boar's head held the principal place of honor at the dinner. Cited from Yule-Tide in Many Lands, by Mary P. Pringle and Clara A. Urann
  • One day he slew a hundred boars at once with his own hands. Cited from Dio's Rome, Vol VI., by Cassius Dio
  • He then turned them into wild boars for the next year and wolves the year after that.
  • Above the man on the left is a flag of a white boar and a white rose.
  • These hills are home to a variety of wild animals including deer and wild boars.
  • Wild boars have been growing common in recent years, thanks to reduced hunting pressure.
  • The Duke fired his two shots, and let us hope two boars fell. Cited from Courts of Memory, by L. de Hegermann-Lindencrone
  • They related indeed that there were some of those boars as big as a great buffalo. Cited from The Travels of Marco Polo, Volume 2, Marco Polo and Rustichello of Pisa
  • They believed a female should not have the skin of the boar.
  • Boars and other wild animals more dangerous now than formerly. Cited from Gold, Sport, And Coffee Planting In Mysore, by Robert H. Elliot
  • Boars Hill does not have its own Church of England parish church.
  • So let us see if we cannot beat both the boars and birds, and even excel our women. Cited from Dutch Fairy Tales for Young Folks,by W. E. Griffis
  • The animals seen to day were two wild boars and some wild oxen. Cited from Mission to Central Africa in the Years 1850-51, Vol. 2, by Richardson
  • The wild boars can be quite large, very solidly built and usually travel in large groups.
  • One gentleman told me, they sometimes hunted wild boars on the mountains near France. Cited from A Tour, by Richard Boyle Bernard
  • He shot an arrow through seven trees, and through other various targets including an iron boar.
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Synonyms of boar

Meaning of boar

  • noun An uncastrated male hog