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razorback

[ rey-zer-bak ]
/ ˈreɪ zərˌbæk /
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noun
a finback or rorqual.
a wild or semiwild hog with a ridgelike back, common in the southern U.S.
a sharp narrow ridge or range of hills.
adjective
Also ra·zor·backed, razor-backed . having a sharp ridge along the back.
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Origin of razorback

First recorded in 1815–25; razor + back1
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British Dictionary definitions for razorback

razorback
/ (ˈreɪzəˌbæk) /

noun
Also called: finback the common rorqualSee rorqual
a semiwild or wild pig of the southeastern US, having a narrow body, long legs, and a ridged back
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