Definitions for grizzlyˈgrɪz li
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word grizzly
grizzly, grizzly bear, silvertip, silver-tip, Ursus horribilis, Ursus arctos horribilis(adj)
powerful brownish-yellow bear of the uplands of western North America
grey, gray, grey-haired, gray-haired, grey-headed, gray-headed, grizzly, hoar, hoary, white-haired(adj)
showing characteristics of age, especially having grey or white hair
"whose beard with age is hoar"-Coleridge; "nodded his hoary head"
A grizzly bear.
Shotgun blast kills charging grizzly!
[Listed by Merriam-Webster Unabridged as a legitimate variant spelling.]
Origin: From grizzle.
somewhat gray; grizzled
a grizzly bear. See under Grizzly, a
in hydraulic mining, gratings used to catch and throw out large stones from the sluices
Grizzly is a 1976 horror film directed by William Girdler. The film is about an 18-foot man-eating Grizzly bear that terrorizes a National Forest. It stars Christopher George, Andrew Prine and Richard Jaeckel. Widely considered a Jaws rip-off, Grizzly used many of the same plot devices as its shark predecessor, a huge box office success during the previous year 1975. In 1983, a sequel Grizzly II: The Predator was shot, but never released. The abortive project provided early roles for both Charlie Sheen and George Clooney. The giant grizzly bear in the film was portrayed by the mother of Bart the Bear.
The numerical value of grizzly in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of grizzly in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
If you can't de-list the Yellowstone grizzly population, there is no other species in the world that can ever be de-listed.
Even with this proposed delisting, the service remains committed to the conservation of the Yellowstone grizzly bear, and will stay engaged to ensure that this incredible species remains recovered.
Yellowstone grizzly bears are an isolated population that is experiencing high levels of conflicts with people and is likely declining in the wake of the loss of whitebark pine, a critically important food source.
This holy mountain of ours, Bear Butte, is named because of the mightiness of the grizzly, we have a lot of history with this great animal and many stories. Grizzlies are like humans. We respect them for being like us.
Yellowstone regulations require visitors to stay 100 yards from black and grizzly bears at all times. The best defense is to stay a safe distance from bears and use binoculars, a telescope or telephoto lens to get a closer look.
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