Cheetah [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Cheetah:

The cheetah, the tiger, and even the wild cats who live by killing, leave no trace behind.

I think that I mentioned to you that the doctor kept a cheetah and a baboon.

There was a cheetah, too; perhaps we might find it upon our shoulders at any moment.

One member of our family has always wanted a cheetah or hunting leopard.

The cheetah or hunting leopard (Cynaelurus jubatus) must be carefully distinguished from the leopard proper.

These impenetrable depths we knew were the lair of the leopard and cheetah.

A cheetah with cubs permitted her to touch the wabbly infants, whereas the keeper of this cage dared not go within a foot of it.

Well, a cheetah is just a big cat, and yet a saucer of milk does not go very far in satisfying its wants, I dare say.

The young cheetah is not worth catching, for it has not learned its trade, nor can it be taught in captivity!

The same writer also descants on the great powers of Orientals in training the cheetah or hunting leopard (Felis jubata).