Their collection features sparkling hotpants, midriff-baring tops, leopard prints, and combat boots.
A leopard seal is “about a thousand-pound animal with lots of teeth,” Perryman explains.
Their captors wore palm leaves, leopard skins, and magical relics to make themselves immune to bullets.
Ma'am, in the leopard dress," he announces over a stolen police car PA system, "you have an incredible rack.
She was wearing a leopard print cardigan, skinny black pants, and sizeable rocks on her very manicured fingers.
A leopard crouching before her on a limb could not have seemed more pitiless, more terrible.
Like Samson, the leopard had brought destruction upon itself!
The soko sometimes kills the leopard by seizing both paws and biting them, but often gets disemboweled in the attempt.
The leopard answered the report of the gun by making a somersault to the earth.
Step a little closer, ladies and gentlemen, and view the leopard boy.
late 13c., from Old French lebard, leupart (12c., Modern French léopard), from Late Latin leopardus, literally "lion-pard," from Greek leopardos, from leon "lion" + pardos "male panther," which generally is said to be connected to Sanskrit prdakuh "panther, tiger." The animal was thought in ancient times to be a hybrid of these two species.
(Heb. namer, so called because spotted, Cant. 4:8), was that great spotted feline which anciently infested the mountains of Syria, more appropriately called a panther (Felis pardus). Its fierceness (Isa. 11:6), its watching for its prey (Jer. 5:6), its swiftness (Hab. 1:8), and the spots of its skin (Jer. 13:23), are noticed. This word is used symbolically (Dan. 7:6; Rev. 13:2).