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  • adj. Resembling or characteristic of a leopard.


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leopard +‎ -like


  • The pockmarks on his cheeks, filled with shadows, gave him leopardlike skin.


  • She roared a leopardlike challenge as we drew abreast.

    She Is The Darkness

  • In the preceding vision of the thirteenth chapter, the Lord had shown the prophet the work of an ecclesiastical power, symbolized by a leopardlike beast, that was to speak great things, and that was to persecute believers through long centuries, warring against God's truth and His sanctuary.

    Our Day In the Light of Prophecy

  • He was clothed neither more nor less than she, the only difference being that some leopardlike animal had contributed the material.

    The Devolutionist and the Emancipatrix

  • And the whole of Isa. 11: 6-8 is a prophecy relating to this present time, when the salvation of Jesus saves men from all wolf, bear, lion, and leopardlike natures, and fills all with a peaceable nature, that an innocent child shall lead them.

    The Gospel Day Or, the Light of Christianity

  • They were of an equal height, tall young men, alert, nervously braced from head to foot, with the differences between soldier and civilian marked by the succintly military bearing of the elder brother, whose movements were precise and prompt, and whose frame was leopardlike in indolence.

    Celt and Saxon — Volume 1

  • Reiss is the one who can save the game with her leopardlike dexterity.

    Simi Valley Acorn


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