- n. Obsolete form of tiger.
“The bargeman said that in Spanish times, when a road was opened from St. Augustine on the Atlantic Coast to Pensacola on the Gulf, there were still buffalo in these savannas, and also the great jaguar, called tigre, and panthers, bears, and red wolves were still common.”
“The tigre was a smallish thing, blade under nine centimeters long, with a fat, rounded handle about the same length, making the sheathed knife easy to hide on a belt under a jacket or even a loose blouse.”
“Directly in front of him and Ned, and not more than a hundred yards away, was a great tawny and spotted jaguar -- the "tigre" or tiger of”
“For there was in the woods an animal of the leopard family, called tiger or "tigre" by the natives, that was exceedingly fierce and dangerous.”
“One day in my eagerness to get near what I believed to be one, I rushed into rather unpleasant proximity with a jaguar, the "tigre" of the natives.”
“One, the amuse-bouche, ceviche of scallops and shrimp, with the leche de tigre served alongside in a tall shot glass, to wake the appetite.”
“Namesake cebiches include the limeño $14: a medley of red snapper, octopus, calamari, scallops and shrimp in a bright and lemony ají limo leche de tigre.”
“Ahora, Una sola pregunta, supuestamente ya sabemos quien es el Ing. Radhames Segura, ahora … quien Conoce al LADRONAZO de Celso Marranzini, que vendia energia con su distribuidora ILEGAL, a una suma de 200% mas cara que lo que el la Compraba … y ahora es el Titular de la institucion que el y su grupo de empresarios tiene QUEBRADO … que carajazo va resolver ese tigre.”
“His story 'I Fanti di Picche' had appeared in Topolino in 1947 with two further stories 'Nel mar cinese del Sud' and 'La tigre di Sumatra' appearing in 1948.”
“They worked, I had to be shaken awake, which was great, after all that primeval ‘I must stay alert in case the sabre tooth tigre eats my young’ wakefulness.”
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