noun, plural lynx·es, (especially collectively) lynx for 1.
Origin of lynx
Related formslynx·like, adjective
Can be confusedlinks lynx
Examples from the Web for lynx
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.
The only other beast that I can think of at this moment which has tufted ears is the lynx.Concerning Animals and Other Matters|E.H. Aitken, (AKA Edward Hamilton)
The Canadian lynx (peeshew) is a timid but well-armed animal, which preys upon the American hare.
Raften now pulled out his purse and as magistrate paid over with evident joy the $5 bounty due for killing the Lynx.Two Little Savages|Ernest Thompson Seton
If I am not satisfied, she insists on my fighting you; and if I am, she is determined to make Mrs. Lynx beg her pardon.Married Life|John Baldwin Buckstone
But, if the crow was as quick as lightning, the lynx was as swift as thought, and lo!Curious Creatures in Zoology|John Ashton