Definition of Panthers

1. Noun. (plural of panther) ¹



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Definition of Panthers

1. panther [n] - See also: panther

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Panthers

pantheonising
pantheonization
pantheonizations
pantheonize
pantheonized
pantheonizes
pantheonizing
pantheons
panther
panther cap
panther cat
panther lily
pantheress
pantheresses
pantherlike
panthers (current term)
panthodic
pantie
pantied
pantieless
panties
pantihose
pantile
pantiled
pantiles
pantiless
pantiliner
pantiliners
pantine
pantines

Literary usage of Panthers

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1. Broken People: Caste Violence Against India's "Untouchables" by Smita Narula (1999)
"The Dalit panthers were formed in the state of Maharashtra in the 1970s, ... Dalit panthers visited "atrocity" sites, organized marches and rallies in ..."

2. The Hunter-naturalist: Romance of Sporting; Or, Wild Scenes and Wild Hunters by Charles Wilkins Webber (1867)
"It sounds like a sort of imputation upon our soil, that it is not strong enough to have grown even wild cats, panthers, bears, etc., with the full instincts ..."

3. Sport in Bengal: And How, When, and where to Seek it by Edward B. Baker (1887)
"panthers and Panther-shooting—Very numerous, aud increasing—Spearing panthers on Horseback—Comfortable Lairs made by Wild Hog — Good Sport — A Ludicrous ..."

4. A Pilgrimage in Europe and America, Leading to the Discovery of the Sources by Giacomo Costantino Beltrami (1828)
"... was marked by no track, no path, except those which had been made by the savages, the buffaloes, wolves, bears, and panthers. It was in Kentucky, ..."

5. The History of Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut, from the Settlement by Elizabeth Hubbell Godfrey Schenck (1904)
"Reward for wolves and panthers.—Peace of Utrecht.—Great expense of Connecticut in the French and English war.—Charters in danger.—Indian deed of Clapboard ..."

6. Recollections of Life in Ohio: From 1813-1840 by William Cooper Howells (1895)
"... Pony—Going to Mill—Ghosts and panthers. Our moving was done pretty leisurely, and occupied several days; and it seems to me now that I did a pretty good ..."

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