kulrang, bo'z, ko'kimtirkulrang ayiq
Noun(1) powerful brownish-yellow bear of the uplands of western North America
Adjective(1) showing characteristics of age, especially having grey or white hair
(1) The polar bear may surpass the Alaskan grizzly in size, with the maximum recorded weighing 726 kg.(2) He had a grizzly gray beard, a dirty brown shirt, denim pants and dark black hair that was very untidy.(3) By the time the adult grizzly wakes up in the spring, her baby is strong enough to follow her out of the den.(4) a grizzly baby(5) He looked old and gruff, with a grizzly gray beard and a deeply tanned face.(6) The man stood up, and his graying, grizzly brown hair toppled into his brown eyes as he glared at Colin.(7) There were wolves about in those days, as well as grizzlies in Montana and Alberta.(8) Two hundred years ago, as many as 100,000 grizzlies roamed the West.(9) The area is home to around 40 grizzlies and an unknown number of smaller black bears.
(1) grizzly bear :: kulrang ayiq
1. white-haired ::
2. gray ::
3. gray-haired ::
4. hoar ::
5. gray-headed ::
6. grey-haired ::
7. grey-headed ::
8. hoary ::
9. grizzly bear ::
Different Formsgrizzlies, grizzly
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