Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of razorback.

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Examples

  • Snakehead fish, honeybees, kudzu and feral pigs - also called razorbacks - are all invasive species.

    Daily Headlines

  • Hundreds of dogs, cats, roosters, goats, and "razorbacks" run at large through the streets, and the three former combine to make night hideous.

    Our War with Spain for Cuba's Freedom

  • They began to realize the cheesy situation as the guide commenced to jabbing at the snoring razorbacks.

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  • They began to realize the cheesy situation as the guide commenced to jabbing at the snoring razorbacks.

    Poor Man's Provence (copy)

  • Other than your razorbacks and everybody else that's going to go down during your new year holiday, pal.

    CNN Transcript Dec 22, 2007

  • And if things work out my way, my Arkansas razorbacks will be in that championship game as well.

    CNN Transcript Nov 18, 2006

  • Discovering a still-intact and unpillaged pen of domesticated razorbacks, Ahlitah quickly and effortlessly supplied a feast not only for himself but for his companions.

    Carnivores of Light and Darkness

  • All seventy-five bulls, the entire compliment of baggage and performing horses, all performers, every show and cage wagon, even the show's can-vasmen and razorbacks found themselves costuming for the parade.

    Elephant Song

  • The spielers in Tarzak were calling themselves barkers; the candy and fizz butchers were calling themselves merchants; and the canvasmen and razorbacks were calling themselves roustabouts.

    Elephant Song

  • After some initial disagreements, the cargo crew and razorbacks arrived at an understanding, depositing the show intact upon the planet Ahngar with bruised knuckles and aching heads.

    City of Baraboo

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