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1. lynx

noun. ['ˈlɪŋks'] short-tailed wildcats with usually tufted ears; valued for their fur.

Synonyms

  • Lynx rufus
  • bobcat
  • desert lynx
  • Lynx lynx
  • Canada lynx
  • common lynx
  • catamount
  • Lynx pardina
  • genus Lynx
  • spotted lynx
  • wildcat
  • caracal
  • Lynx canadensis
  • Lynx caracal

Antonyms

  • nonexploratory
  • sound

Etymology

  • lynx (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • lynx (Latin)

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Rhymes with Lynx

  • stinks
  • spinks
  • sphinx
  • skinks
  • shrinks
  • drinks
  • brinks
  • brink's
  • blinks
  • winks
  • thinks
  • think's
  • sinks
  • rinks
  • pinks
  • minks
  • mincks
  • links
  • link's
  • lincks
  • kinks
  • jynx
  • jinx
  • jinks
  • finks
  • fink's
  • chinks
  • inks
  • inc.'s

How do you pronounce lynx?

Pronounce lynx as lɪŋks.

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Sentences with lynx


1. Noun, singular or mass
During winter, the lynx might become more active during the day to compensate for the colder climate.

2. Adjective
His ears also have furry tufts along the ear tips that resemble that of a lynx cat.

2. lynx-eyed

adjective. having very keen vision.

Synonyms

  • hawk-eyed
  • sharp-sighted
  • keen-sighted
  • quick-sighted
  • sighted
  • sharp-eyed

Antonyms

  • unalert
  • unperceptive
  • nearsighted
  • eyeless
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