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Unicorn, a fabulous animal with a single horn, of proverbial ferocity: “to tame the u. and lion wild,” Lucr. 956. “I will believe that there are --s,” Tp. III, 3, 22. “wert thou the u., pride and wrath would confound thee,” Tim. IV, 3, 339. “--s may be betrayed with trees,” Caes. II, 1, 204 (running on them in their blind fury and sticking their horn fast in them).
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