After weeks of predictions, it finally happened: tiger Woods has reportedly decided to check into rehab for sex addiction.
If tiger were under the influence of these drugs, his driving would certainly be compromised.
When a tiger attacks a zookeeper, it is "making a noise like a locomotive."
He believes that consuming the spirit on a regular basis gives him the strength of a tiger and the senses of a predator.
What do tiger Woods, his numerous alleged girlfriends, and we, the ogling, obsessed onlookers all have in common?
He helped the tiger from the snare, and it said, If ever thou needest aid, call and I will come to thee.
It is frequently called the tiger or panther of the New World.
This is a fair example of the second method of tiger shooting.
The tiger thought that he had been very lucky to hire the rabbit.
When a prominent man took to drink (as prominent men sometimes did), people would say, "He's always nipping into the tiger!"
Old English tigras (plural), also in part from Old French tigre (mid-12c.), both from Latin tigris "tiger," from Greek tigris, possibly from an Iranian source. The meaning "shriek or howl at the end of a cheer" is recorded from 1845, American English. Tiger's-eye "yellowish-brown quartz" is recorded from 1891.
To inject narcotics into a vein, or tie a rubber tubing around one's arm in order to find a vein; shoot up: pop a handful of bennies, then tie up, smoking a joint at the same time (1960s+ Narcotics)