an animal with tusks, as an elephant or a wild boar.
Origin of tusker
First recorded in 1855–60; tusk
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
Examples from the Web for tusker
Historical Examples of tusker
He was soon left far behind, while the tusker charged onward.
Fortunately the jungle helped the mahowt by hiding the tusker from view.
"Yer looked it," retorted Tusker, his face scowling horribly.
But to give the bare truth, Tusker Joe was by no means easy in his mind.
Tusker Joe had a conscience at this day, and it smote him just then harder than all else.
British Dictionary definitions for tusker
any animal with prominent tusks, esp a wild boar or elephant
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