lionesses

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The design is heraldically supported by the Great Mother's lionesses.

He got some wonderful results, two of which were records of the death of two lionesses.

On the balustrade at the bottom of the ascent to the Capitol are two Egyptian lionesses.

He had no notion of bearding any of the Confederate lionesses in their dens.

But perhaps spotlessness is not compatible with the intimacy of lions and lionesses.

The old males and the lionesses stood in a thick clump, and seemed to be holding a consultation!

Three rest on lions, three on lionesses, admirably carved in different attitudes.

And of these could be counted a goodly array; four lions, with two lionesses, three leopards, and a couple of cheetahs!

A lion and two lionesses stood upon it, staring up at us with great yellow eyes.

Child as she is,” I remarked, “she must be possessed of great courage to venture thus into a den of lionesses.