- n. Plural form of cougar.
“This later aspect runs the risk of removing the endangered species classification, as the population entirety would be lumped with the cougars from the west.”
“LONDON, Ont. -- The indisputable evidence is in -- cougars are roaming the wild in southern Ontario.”
“Maybe the terms cougars and grizzly momma's are appropriate for today.”
“Wellington - Air New Zealand shrugged off Tuesday claims that a controversial TV commercial offering rugby tickets to "cougars" - women aged 35 and over who prey on young men in bars - glorified rape.”
“Air New Zealand has stirred up a hornet's nest over a competition aimed at "cougars" - middle-aged”
“Air New Zealand has drawn the ire of a rape prevention group over a competition aimed at "cougars" -- ...”
“Air New Zealand has abruptly ended a risque promotion on its discount airfares website Grabaseat offering rugby tickets to "cougars" - middle-aged women who seek out young men - after it sparked outrage among rape campaigners and feminist groups.”
“With the idea of cougars with Courteney Cox's character on Cougar Town, women are more comfortable with younger men and fulfilling their own desires.”
“We almost killed off all of the California mountain lions, also known as cougars, by the 1970's.”
“But they're now known as cougars, older women who go after younger guys.”
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