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Use "tuskers" in a sentence
"Twice round the forefoot gives the height at the shoulder; few females attain the height of eight feet; "tuskers," or male elephants, vary from eight to nine feet; the Maharajah of Nahur, Sirmoor, possesses one standing ten feet five and one half inches."
"The end of it all was that Palo broke the pigs 'heads with a special club, and when night fell, twenty-six "tuskers" lay agonizing on the ground."
"Very rich people may have quite a number of "tuskers," people of average means own one or two, and paupers none at all, but they may have the satisfaction of looking at those of the others and feeding them if they like."