Examples of panther in a Sentence
the panther is surprisingly difficult to spot
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The Panthers shipped defensive Kony Ealy, who had five sacks in 2016, to the New England Patriots, and then signed veteran defensive end Julius Peppers and drafted defensive end Daeshon Hall.
The game is postponed for three days while the team recovered, but the Panthers lose to Marion in the West Lafayette Semistate.
Panther was responding to questions from state Rep. Mat Erpelding, D-Boise, who sponsored a bill this spring that would have closed the purchasing loophole.
Black Lives Matter comes from a similar place as the [Black] Panthers.
A five-time Pro Bowl receiver with the Panthers and Ravens, Smith joined NFL Network as an analyst.
In exchange for exposing Marchessault, the Panthers then traded forward Reilly Smith to Vegas for a fourth-round pick in an effort to shed Smith's salary.
The Panthers finished last in the league, losing their final nine games of the regular season, three in overtime.
In his three seasons at Stevens Point Area Senior High, Joey — the younger brother of Marquette rising sophomore Sam Hauser — has led the Panthers to three straight Division 1 state championships.
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Origin and Etymology of panther
Middle English pantere, from Anglo-French panthere, from Latin panthera, from Greek panthēr
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of panther for English Language Learners
: a large, black wildcat
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