[ UK /tˈa‍ɪɡɹɛs/ ]
  1. a female tiger
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How To Use tigress In A Sentence

  • I think it is evident that like other tigresses her teeth were both strong and sharp.
  • When this strain was at its worst and every nerve on edge, another scream from behind us cut our ears like a needle, the eyes of the tigress as well as ours sought the door, and there in her golden curls and white "nightie" stood little Madeline. Danger Signals Remarkable, Exciting and Unique Examples of the Bravery, Daring and Stoicism in the Midst of Danger of Train Dispatchers and Railroad Engineers
  • Lori snapped, almost turning into a tigress again.
  • On spotting the pug marks of a tigress and three cubs, a cub walked into the booby trap laid by officials in the Nature Park opened opposite the zoo in September 2003.
  • I would prefer to have the young tigers and tigresses volunteering at a level that made it unnecessary to have a draft.
  • And, soon, her hands were on me again, only this time, like a tigress playing with her cubs, the strength was held back. TIME OF THE WOLF
  • The founder of Wildlife Protection Society of India, she's quite a tigress herself when it comes to preserving wildlife
  • At night, a tigress silently stalks her prey - perhaps a deer - through dense cover until close enough for the final rush.
  • A liger is a tigress and lion union and tiglons, on the other hand are the products of tigers and lionesses.
  • The wounded tigress was now roaring double tides.
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