Synonym: Panthera pardus. Similar words: jeopardy, jeopardize, double jeopardy, in loco parentis, pardon, part and parcel, opaque, people. Meaning: ['lepə(r)d] n. 1. the pelt of a leopard 2. large feline of African and Asian forests usually having a tawny coat with black spots.
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6. Which has spots, the leopard or the tiger?
7. I saw a man in a leopard skin yesterday.
8. The young leopard separated from its mother would be eaten by other beast.
9. Leopard cubs are weaned at three months.
10. The leopard bounded on the prey.
11. You can never entirely trust even a "tame" leopard.
12. The leopard seizes its kill and begins to eat.
13. The young deer are ideal prey for the leopard.
14. Among the carnivorous animals are the leopard, lion[sentencedict.com], and tiger.
15. A leopard can cover a lot of ground very quickly.
16. The leopard hunts at night.
17. Winter Bacchus reclining on a leopard.
18. The leopard now switched his attention to the open, sandy space leading to the water.
19. That lasted only a few seconds; then the leopard got a good hold on its kill.
20. On the station platform children in leopard spots yawn, and hardy babushkas struggle with loads for their winter dachas.
21. Singly, the leopard would defeat them, but together they can drive it away.
22. The basic leopard is spotted almost from nose to tail.
23. The leopard did not change its spots, its instincts or its appetites.
24. When the chimpanzees came close to the leopard, he activated its mechanism, so that it started to move its head.
25. Love is not about running into each other in crowds. Love is an impossible meeting. For example, I am a bird flying in sky, u r a leopard in forest. We just fall in love accidentally.
26. You didn't really expect her to be on time, did you? A leopard can't change its spots.
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27. A dictator is unlikely to become a good leader in a democracy. A leopard cannot change its spots.
28. The savanna is also the home of meat - eaters — the lion, leopard, and hyena who feed on the grasseaters.
29. Larger animals with the speed and power to escape are grappled by the hindquarters until the leopard can seize the throat.
30. The other monkeys might have been responding to a visual signal or they may have seen the leopard themselves.
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