Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of feral.

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Examples

  • These cats, commonly known as ferals, were abandoned by a previous owner or were born outside and have reverted to the wild state.

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  • Now, at first we thought that it was just Danny and his friends who were nutcases, but we have since been referred to a book "Off the Rails in Phnom Penh", which suggests that perhaps all expats here should be renamed "ferals".

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  • The judge also criticised two state government ministers for their comments about the protesters, including Deputy Premier Kevin Foley who called them a bunch of "ferals" who put the safety of police in jeopardy.

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  • To be honest I prefer the band of ferals out back.

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  • Perhaps, after a while, I let the ferals have at it.

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  • People in neighborhoods all over town support caring for ferals in their neighborhoods.

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  • The solution is simple: either accept the attrition implicit in the Baby P & Doncaster cases, or sterilise the ferals before they can breed more of themselves.

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  • He loves and gets along well with most animals, even wild ones, and is currently owned jointly by six cats; he practices TNR with the local ferals, and traps and relocates skunks, with no accidents so far.

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  • And Frilly, yours sound more advanced than ours 5 females, 2 males -- lots of ferals in our neighborhood; they've decided magazines are for shredding, newspapers are for lying on.

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  • My hunch that we should start tracking our bad guys where the original ferals hung out was right.

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