Examples of declaw in a Sentence
We had our cats declawed.
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The bobcat weighs 14 pounds and has been declawed on all four paws.
More: Unmasked, not declawed: How a Jerry Tipton parody Twitter account took aim at Louisville Winchell then hit two more free throws, give the Highlanders a 51-47 lead with 3:10 left and No.
Already neutered (and declawed), the now-famous feline was a steal at the $20 adoption fee.
Why Republicans Want to Declaw the Nation's Consumer Watchdog Supporters of the agency say that’s exactly the point.
Socks is litter trained, neutered and was front declawed before coming to PAWS (not something advocated by the group), and his list of endearing qualities seems never-ending.
Animal-welfare advocates and many veterinarians say declawing involves the amputation of a cat's toes back to the first knuckle and leaves them permanently injured.
Mr. Erdogan came to power in 2002, pledging to declaw the once powerful military.
WannaCry has been declawed, thanks to the creators’ sloppy coding and a timely move by a British security researcher who goes by the pseudonym MalwareTech.
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DECLAW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of declaw for English Language Learners
: to permanently remove the claws of (a cat)
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