Then into the circle of light swam the masks of giant alligators and strange, tusked caymans.
Generally, only tusked pigs are counted, and there are feasts at which as many as forty of these valuable animals are killed.
Huge bulks of walrus wallowed heavily in the waves, or lifted their tusked heads menacingly to stare over the ice.
Any animal having tusks of a different tincture from its body is said to he tusked.
They know well that I am a Friday's child, fierce and passionate as the tusked elephant which protects my soul.
The gypsy made her little pout, from impatience, and pressed the spout to the tusked month of Quasimodo, with a smile.
Then poles were driven into the ground, to which the tusked pigs were tied.
Behind it a third tusked head thrust out of the brush, large eyes searched for an enemy.
Old English tux, tusc, cognate with Old Frisian tusk, probably from Proto-Germanic *tunthskaz (cf. Gothic tunþus "tooth"), extended form of the root of tooth. But there are no certain cognates outside Anglo-Frisian.