Definition of Felines

1. Noun. (plural of feline) ¹



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Definition of Felines

1. feline [n] - See also: feline

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Felines

feline leukaemia-sarcoma virus complex
feline leukaemia virus
feline oesophagus
feline panleukopenia
feline panleukopenia virus
feline pneumonitis
feline polioencephalomyelitis
feline rhinotracheitis virus
feline sarcoma
feline sarcoma virus
feline urolithiasis syndrome
feline urological syndrome
feline viral rhinotracheitis
felinely
felineness
felines (current term)
felinities
felinity
felis
felix culpa
felix culpas
fell
fell about
fell asleep
fell back on
fell back upon
fell in
fell off
fell off the turnip truck
fell out

Literary usage of Felines

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1. Special pathology and therapeutics of the diseases of domestic animals v. 2 by Ferenc Hutyra (1913)
"Scabies in Wild felines. lu zoological gardens lions and leopards may become affected with scab due to Sarcoptes communis ( Johne, ..."

2. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1873)
"... AND OTHER felines. BY PROFESSOR TURNER. HOMER, in the 20th Book of the Iliad, when describing how the God-like son of Peleus rushed on the high-souled, ..."

3. The Hunter-naturalist: Romance of Sporting; Or, Wild Scenes and Wild Hunters by Charles Wilkins Webber (1867)
"PANTHERS, AND OUR OTHER felines. IK preceding articles I protested against any wholesale denunciation of the native wild beasts of our continent as ..."

4. Romance of natural history: or, Wild scenes and wild hunters by Charles Wilkins Webber (1853)
"... tames, by contrast, all the most daring adventures of the more civilized and wary sportsman. CHAPTER XIV. PANTHERS, AND OTHER felines. MR. ..."

5. Every where by Will Carleton (1907)
"WOES OF THE felines. and the two got juggled into each other's places. ... Woes of the felines. 1J OW many cats, forgotten by those same owners who have ..."

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