noun, plural pan·thers, (especially collectively) pan·ther.
Origin of panther
Definition for panther (2 of 2)
Origin of Panther
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Timing: The heist took place just before the evening rush hour, which slow would any potential police pusuit; a Panther trademark.
His movements had the elasticity of the panther; blows seemed to rebound from his body without doing him harm.Snnica|Vicente Blasco Ibez
Before Tulchuherris came the panther dog had killed all the bears, and the fox dog all the snakes and things poisonous.Creation Myths of Primitive America|Jeremiah Curtin
Do you recollect that among these paintings there was one of a panther and another of a bear?The Delight Makers|Adolf Bandelier