Timing: The heist took place just before the evening rush hour, which slow would any potential police pusuit; a panther trademark.
Think of late Black panther Eldridge Cleaver, who described rape as “insurrectionary” in his bestselling memoir, Soul on Ice.
"I have no friendship with spies and traitors," growled the panther.
“The drawing is something like a panther, mamma,” exclaimed Mary.
Omneys shot at the panther, however, struck its right shoulder instead of a fatal spot.
It is frequently called the tiger or panther of the New World.
In 1891 I was once much annoyed to find that a new kind of bait with an additional attraction had been quite ruined by a panther.
The panther, more wary this time, did not allow both men to escape.
She knew the ferocity of the panther very well, and trembled lest the sleeper should move, or twitch a muscle.
They urged the panther to leap because they fanned its rage with their screams.
early 13c., from Old French pantere "panther" (12c.), from Latin panthera, from Greek panther "panther, leopard," probably of Oriental origin. Folk etymology derivation from Greek pan- "all" + ther "beast" led to many curious fables.
Raw and inferior whiskey; rotgut (1929+)