Thesaurus / narwhal
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As it was, the mad upward rush of the narwhal missed its aim.

The Haunters of the SilencesCharles G. D. Roberts

There is little doubt that most of the horn used medicinally, was that obtained from the narwhal or sea unicorn.

Petersen saw and fired a shot into a narwhal, which brought the blubber out.

In the Arctic SeasFrancis Leopold McClintock

With mad thrashings the narwhal struggled to break loose, but in vain.

The Haunters of the SilencesCharles G. D. Roberts

The foreshaft is generally made of reindeer-horn or else of narwhal tusk.

Eskimo LifeFridtjof Nansen

The elegant spiral horn of the narwhal or sea-unicorn also produces ivory of a superior quality.

These cross-bars were the femur of the bear, the antlers of the reindeer, and the ribs of the narwhal.

In reality, it was the tusk of a cetaceous animal inhabiting the northern ocean, and known as the sea-unicorn or narwhal.

Once, however, during the spring of 1896, we were near catching a narwhal.

Farthest NorthFridtjof Nansen

They collect whalebone and narwhal's horns in sufficient quantity to carry on a small barter with the whalers.

In the Arctic SeasFrancis Leopold McClintock

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