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a (polar) bear: a large, strong animal with thick fur, for example Winnie the Pooh

a bearskin: the fur and skin of a bear (when it has been removed from the body)

a bear cub: a baby bear


  • "Maybe. Bears? We've got a couple of dead ones!"
  • "Dolphins, monkeys, chickens, dogs, tigers, goats, bears and even a camel named Sheeba."
  • "I'm not sure why he would choose to live there - from what I've read, it seems like nothing but large black bears and rough lumberjacks."
  • "I was definitely eaten by a bear."
  • "The company, at the center of hundreds of scandals in the last 10 years, ranging from illegal bear hunts to monkey abuse to laboratory explosions, just can't seem to get their act together."
  • "Mr. Cheeter, I don't have any record of you being eaten by a bear in my files."
  • "Take off your clothes, you big brown bear."
  • "Now, I'm off to my local bar for a local beer, hopefully I won't be eaten by a local bear!"
  • "No I think it says bear attack."
  • "Please call me Dad, or Papa Bear, or Daddy or Pop Pop."

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