lion[ lahy-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF lion
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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.
The diversion occurred at the moment of the lion's greatest tension.
There is no more exciting sport than that of lion shooting afoot.
M'tela took form as a big man with a voice like the lion at night.
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.