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Use "she-bear" in a sentence
"Statistics indicate that -- following a male bear attack -- you are unlikely to be attacked by a she-bear for at least another four to six hours."
"The temptation, of course, will be to act like the she-bear attack is highly unlikely and not something to be too concerned about, which -- take my word on it -- will only make it seem all that much more worse when it actually happens."
"He set out with bone-barbed arrows and his father's big hunting spear and after three days returned with a burden of fresh-killed meat and told the others to take their sleds out to retrieve the rest, a she-bear and two half-grown cubs."