What is another word for cougar?

Pronunciation: [kˈuːɡə] (IPA)

Cougar is a term used to describe a mature woman who seeks romantic relationships with younger men. However, there are various synonyms for the word cougar that you can use to refer to this type of woman. Some of the synonyms include a panther, puma, jaguar, or a leopard. Each of these synonyms emphasizes a mature, confident, and seductive woman with the power to attract and seduce younger men. Using these synonyms can bring a fresh and exciting perspective to your writing or conversation, and help you avoid repetitive use of the word cougar.

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What are the hyponyms for Cougar?

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  • hyponyms for cougar (as nouns)

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Usage examples for Cougar

About midnight, for fear that wolf or cougar might find the portion left on the mountain side, they took my trail to where it was, and brought it in.
"Memoirs of Orange Jacobs"
Orange Jacobs
The cougar is a native of this State and can be found where dense thickets and dark forests exist.
"Memoirs of Orange Jacobs"
Orange Jacobs
On several of these occasions I have found that a cougar had come upon my trail shortly after I had entered the hills, and had stealthily and continuously followed me up to within seven, or eight rods of the point of my return.
"Memoirs of Orange Jacobs"
Orange Jacobs

Famous quotes with Cougar

  • He gave a cry. At the last, falling backward, his face appearing to us for a second upside down before he was smothered on the floor by a pile of white uniforms, he let himself cry out: A sound of cornered-animal fear and hate and surrender and defiance, that if you ever trailed coon or cougar or lynx is like the last sound the treed and shot and falling animal makes as the dogs get him, when he finally doesn't care any more about anything but himself and his dying.
    Ken Kesey

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