lion

[ lahy-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF lion

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LION

Well, boy, I'd say that the lion had been chawed up considerable—by dogs.

It is a fool's plan to teach a man to be a cur in peace, and think that he will be a lion in war.

I want to make a cushion of my lion's skin, for the weight to rest upon.

But pretty soon there was plenty of sound, for the lion was catching up.

That one is the lion; and they hunt him with spears in the long grass.

M'tela took form as a big man with a voice like the lion at night.

The diversion occurred at the moment of the lion's greatest tension.

There is no more exciting sport than that of lion shooting afoot.

No; the spirit of a lion is not to be roused by the teasing of an insect.

The Huron arose, and shook himself like a lion quitting his lair.

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