adjective, griz·zli·er, griz·zli·est.
noun, plural griz·zlies.
Examples from the Web for grizzly
The Reservation is sovereign Indian land, and the grizzly is a sacred animal to these tribes.
FWS submitted a formal rule and delisted the grizzly in 2007, but was sued by wildlife groups.
Why the government is so vehemently eager to delist the grizzly remains a troublesome question.
The battle between conservation groups and FWS over the fate of the Yellowstone grizzly is about to repeat.
Yellowstone grizzly bears face the two greatest threats to their survival in our lifetime: global warming and the U.S. government.
So the grizzly just waits for a fish to rise—and then he pounces on it and catches it with his paw.The Wonders of the Jungle|Prince Sarath Ghosh
Within two minutes after the grizzly disappeared Bruce and Metoosin scrambled up over the edge of the coulee.The Grizzly King|James Oliver Curwood
It was the second grizzly bear the boys had seen since they had lived in that section and they gazed at him curiously.Three Young Ranchmen|Ralph Bonehill
All at once a grizzly bear rose in her path and attacked the pony.Geronimo's Story of His Life|Geronimo
Much has been said and written about the size and weight of the grizzly bear, and in most instances this has been mere guesswork.American Big-Game Hunting|Various