from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See babiroussa.


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  • The peevish mouth and the fallen eye of the plaice, the helpless rotundity of the sunfish, the mournful gape and rolling glance of the goldfish, the furious and ineffective mien of the barndoor fowl, the wild grotesqueness of the babyroussa and the wart-hog, the crafty solemn eye of the parrot, -- if such things as these do not testify to a sense of humour in the Creative

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  • See babirusa.

    October 15, 2011

  • Found in Noah Webster's 1828 Dictionary.

    October 15, 2011