tusky
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ˈtʌs.ki/
Noun

tusky (uncountable)

  1. (dialect, Yorkshire) rhubarb, sticks from that vegetable
Adjective

tusky (comparative tuskier, superlative tuskiest)

  1. Having tusks, especially prominent tusks.
    • 1697: John Dryden, The Aeneid translated from Virgil (Book I, line 448)
      […] And at full cry pursued the tusky boar.



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