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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun An animal, such as a wild boar, that has tusks.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A wild boar with large tusks.
  • noun An elephant whose tusks are grown and retained.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun (Zoöl.) An elephant having large tusks.
  • noun (Zoöl.) A large wild boar.

from , Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun An animal, such as a bull elephant or a boar, with large tusks.
  • noun UK, Orkney, Shetland A tool used in peat cutting.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun any mammal with prominent tusks (especially an elephant or wild boar)

Etymologies

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From tusk +‎ -er.

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From Old Norse torfskeri, from torf ("turf") + skera ("to cut").

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Examples

  • Closely related to the wild boar (Sus scrofa), also sometimes called a tusker𓄧, are the bearded pig (Su𒀰s barbatus) of Borneo and Malaya, the crested pig (Sus cristata) of East Asia, etc. The American humorist, Ellis Parker Butler (1869-1937), scored his first great success (in 1906) with a book entitled Pigs is Pigs.

  • They would consume your fallen body in a moment, and I know that a "tusker" would sever a femoral artery and dispatch a hunter or child if it felt provoked, even if t🐠hat very child had hand fed it that morning.

  • They would consume your fallen body in a moment, and I know that a "tusker" would ജsever a femoral artery and dispatch a hunter or child if it felt provoked, even if that very child had hand fed it that morning.

  • Professor Romanes gives an instance of a fine 'tusker' ♐which, when badly wounded, was promptly surrounded by hi🐎s companions.

  • In Ceylon, a "tusker" is a kind of spectre, to be talked of by a few who have had the good luck to sꦯee one.

  • Hell hath no fury like a male elephant scorned, a team of park rangers agree as they search the jungles of southern India for a rogue 'tusker'🐼 which has killed at least 12 females which rejected him.

  • It is a spot so far removed from human care that I have seen, a few yards from the tents, fresh tracks made by the wild boar as he has rooted o 'nights; and once, as I sat looking out over the water when the rest of the camp was asleep, a dark shadow passed, not fifty yards distant, going head to wind up the hill, and I knew it for "tusker" wending his way to the villa🌊ge gardens, where the maize was green.

  • The 42-year-old Indian tusker – called Sony – died two months ago of heart failure and the plan to turn the enourmous corpse into bio diesel was agreed on after a special p𓆏ark task force was set up to work out how best to work out what to do with the body of the prízed symbol of peace and friendship.

  • If you have one guy with binoculars, your chances of seeing a tusker are pretty limited and it will take a l🌳ong time to succee🌸d.

  • If you have one guy with binoculars, your chances of seeing a tusker are pretty limited and it will ta🎶ke a l𒁃ong time to succeed.

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