sea lion
Noun

sea lion (plural sea lions)

  1. A marine mammal of any of several genera in the family Otariidae (the eared seals).
    • 2010, Larry Medina, The Adventures of Peek a Boo the Sea Lion, unnumbered page ↗,
      Peek a Boo said, "I'm sorry guys, please tell my father that I'm ok. You see, I'm trying to become the first sea lion to become a Navy Seal.” The Jamaican Shaken Crabs looked at each other and said, “I don't know if your father told you, but you're a sea lion and no sea lion has ever become a Navy Seal."
  2. (heraldry) A monster consisting of the upper part of a lion combined with the tail of a fish.
Translations Verb

sea lion (sea lions, present participle sea lioning; past and past participle sea lioned)

  1. (rare) Alternative form of sealion#English|sealion (“engage in disingenuous debate”)



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