[ UK /ˈɛlɪfənt/ ]
[ US /ˈɛɫəfənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. the symbol of the Republican Party; introduced in cartoons by Thomas Nast in 1874
  2. five-toed pachyderm
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How To Use elephant In A Sentence

  • But they have an undeniable gentleness and elephantine beauty about them, with their hanging folds of skin and ponderous outlook on life.
  • It is said to be similar in shape to a brontosaurus and the size of an elephant. The Sun
  • There will be a daily game drive in the park to spot leopards, elephants and tropical birds. Times, Sunday Times
  • A guard with a motorcycle and a shotgun could move through fields at night and work with farmers to scare elephants and hippos.
  • Show no public censure for your dying elephant, either. THROWING THE ELEPHANT
  • For example, the origin of ivory can be identified by its strontium isotopic composition, which reflects the diet of the elephant.
  • Elephant culls are highly controversial. Times, Sunday Times
  • Huge plantations of tea, coffee, and cardamom have emerged and taken over what was once prime elephant habitat.
  • Shy bushbuck, kudu, eland, impala, and elephant all take their turn whilst buffalo and waterbuck make their way to the sandy banks of the Zambesi.
  • It is the Elephant and Walrus Kingdoms that greet you today.
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