- n. Plural form of pachyderm.
“You are entering the realm of the Elephant King, a sovereign so rich in pachyderms that he can waste the gnashers of a thousand of the beasts just to decorate me.”
“The pachyderms were a mainstay of the logging industry in the northern and western parts of the country until logging contracts were revoked in the late 1980s.”
“This is an alarming trend when the government and its line agencies know that saving the pachyderms is a tougher-than-said mission, especially when the law and order situation is not up to the mark to come down heavily on the poachers who are after the horn which can mint money beyond any ordinary thoughts.”
“But Hilton chooses not to invest in pachyderms, which is foolish because it’s just throwing away guaranteed money.”
“We are naked like other mammals either currently living in water or evolved out of water, including dolphins, whales, and other pachyderms.”
“We have flocks of media oxpeckers who ride the backs of pachyderms, feeding on ticks.”
“And if you read C A R E F U L L Y Jwest you will see we have two pachyderms sleeping on the job here.”
“Having nothing left to do and vacant of ideas, the pachyderms are left to posture (Cornyn) and bluster (McConnell).”
“The number had dropped to 26,400 pachyderms roaming Indian national parks and forests in 2002.”
“While the pachyderms fiddle, the homeland is burning.”
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