from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A leopard.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete variant of leopard.
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He still in woods pursued the libbard and the boar.
Du Serres  mentions him, & Chapelain  kills him at the falling in of the bridge, an incident of which he has made little use, tho so very fine in itself. does there appear to you too much attempt at artifice in suppressing the name of Theodore till his death? the pen of expurgation has passed thro the long speech of stupidity P. 147 – 148. will you like leopard or libbard?
He ilill in woods purfaed the libbard and the boar.
8 (A lesson hard) and make the libbard stern libbard > leopard stern > fierce