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Example sentences from the Web for unicorn
Lee was an early investor in the education technology startup that hit unicorn status last year.‘Don’t wait to be perfect:’ 4 top startup tips from a unicorn’s founder and investor|Beth Kowitt|September 6, 2020|Fortune
Few other markets are able to fund the listing of so many unicorns.How Tesla led the way for Chinese rival Xpeng’s $1.5 billion IPO|eamonbarrett|August 28, 2020|Fortune
Cities outside the US are attracting more funding, generating more unicorns, and creating thriving startup ecosystems.The rest of the startup world is catching up to Silicon Valley|Walter Frick|July 17, 2020|Quartz
So unicorns that evolved from albino horses might not be all that healthy.
If any of these traits were to evolve, they would need to give a unicorn some advantage that helps it survive or reproduce.
The victory in 1950 over England is precious, but in the way a unicorn might be: to be regarded wide-eyed, and scarcely believed.Stars and Stripes 2, Black Stars 1: Team USA Takes a Win From Ghana|Tunku Varadarajan|June 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Perhaps the name “unicorn” tells you how common it is for women to swing with couples.
Dan worked hard and made a good picture: mountains, timber, blue sky…and in the foreground a blond girl and a unicorn.
Have you ever been to the Musee Cluny to see the Lady with the Unicorn tapestries?
I was at the beach in Los Angeles this summer when I saw a unicorn.R.I.P. Blockbuster, You Frustratingly Magical Franchise, You|Kevin Fallon|November 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The unicorn squealed in fury and struck the hunter, catching him on its horn and hurling him thirty feet.Space Prison|Tom Godwin
Unicorn is a sachem; he must give an example to his young men on the warpath.The Trail-Hunter|Gustave Aimard
The horn of the unicorn was popularly regarded as the most marvellous of remedies.Primitive Psycho-Therapy and Quackery|Robert Means Lawrence
The sale of the Unicorn, prudently managed, had brought about seven hundred thousand livres.A Romance of the West Indies|Eugne Sue
It would leap like an unicorn, wouldn't it, if he played those beautiful things which he just played?Hildegarde's Home|Laura E. Richards
British Dictionary definitions for unicorn
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Cultural definitions for unicorn
A mythical animal resembling a small horse but with a long, straight horn growing out of its forehead. Often it was described as having the legs of a deer and the tail of a lion. Some sources claim it was visible only to virgins.