noun, plural lynx·es, (especially collectively) lynx for 1.
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In a Lynx, however, Harry could take part in reconnaissance missions and transport passengers.
The Lynx can be refueled like a car and will be able to fly four times a day.
I went to see the Lynx being built at Mojave Air and Space Port, near Edwards Air Force Base in the California desert.
Some are also unhappy about the Italian sale of Lynx armored personnel carriers to Russia.Germany Helped Prep Russia for War, U.S. Sources Say|Josh Rogin|April 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A Royal Navy Pilot sits inside a Lynx helicopter at RAF Odiham air base today ahead of a rehearsal for a Diamond Jubilee flypast.
To this animal we shall preserve the name of Ounce, because, in fact, it seems to have some affinity to the lynx.
The species of the lynx is very common throughout Europe, and also in the northern provinces of Asia.
The lynx inhabits cold and at most temperate climates, while the caracal is to be found only in the warmest countries.
The lynx is not so big as the wolf, has shorter legs, and generally about the size of a fox.
The lynx is certainly more common in cold than in temperate climates, and is at least very rare in hot ones.