wild boar

noun
a wild Old World swine, Sus scrofa, from which most of the domestic hogs are believed to be derived.

Origin:
1475–85

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wild boar
 
n
a wild pig, Sus scrofa, of parts of Europe and central Asia, having a pale grey to black coat, thin legs, a narrow body, and prominent tusks

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Example sentences
We can't even get rid of the wild boar populations riddling our country.
The wild boar forgot his rage, the stag his swiftness, the bears no longer
  attacked the herds.
He will become a wild boar or a fierce tiger, a scaly dragon or lion with
  yellow mane.
The strength of the wild boar serves him not, nor his swiftness the stag.
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