Definition of Jaguars

1. Noun. (plural of jaguar) ¹



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Definition of Jaguars

1. jaguar [n] - See also: jaguar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jaguars

jagirs
jagless
jagoff
jagoffs
jagoite
jagowerite
jagra
jagras
jags
jagua
jagua palm
jaguar
jaguarlike
jaguarondi
jaguarondis
jaguars (current term)
jaguarundi
jaguarundi cat
jaguarundis
jahiliya
jahiliyyah
jai
jai alai
jaikie
jaikies
jail
jail-bird
jail-birds
jail bait
jail cell

Literary usage of Jaguars

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington by Biological Society of Washington (1901)
"The jaguars of South America arc readily distinguishable the forms to the northward by cranial an<l dental charac- t ers, as shown beyond. ..."

2. La Plata, the Argentine Confederation and Paraguay: Being a Narrative of the by Thomas Jefferson Page (1859)
"Arrival at Santa Fé.—Province of Santa Fé.— Civil Wars and Independence.—Wood.—Ascent of the River.—Animal Lite.— l>m-lvs jaguars, ..."

3. Twenty-five Years in British Guiana by Henry Kirke (1898)
"Equatorial zone—Tropical vegetation—Forests—Striking effects—Gardens in British Guiana—Fauna—Shooting—Game bags—Muscovy ducks —Hoatzin—jaguars— ..."

4. South America, Social, Industrial, and Political: A Twenty-five-thousand by Frank George Carpenter (1900)
"... PARROTS, jaguars, AND CROCODILES — LIFE ox THE RIVER STEAMERS — SINGULAR TABLE MANNERS. AM in Asuncion, Paraguay, in the heart of South America. ..."

5. The Naturalist in Nicaragua: A Narrative of a Residence at the Gold Mines of by Thomas Belt (1888)
"... and jaguars— Summit of Pena Blanca. ON the northern side of the Santo Domingo valley, opposite to my house, a branch valley came down from the north, ..."

6. The National Review edited by Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot (1860)
"... the larger carnivora are represented by lions, tigers, lynxes, and jaguars, with many other feline species. Accompanying this striking list of ferocious ..."

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