The acorns attract the wild-boar, which have increased in a very remarkable manner in this locality.
"It's a wild-boar," declared Michael in a tone of astonished interest.
And then you have yourself saved him from the tusks of the wild-boar—a death worthy of a swine-eater!
It is unsafe to wound the wild-boar, unless the wound be mortal.
The next dish was wild-boar's head stuffed with celery and truffles, and flanked with cold jelly.
I feel so weak just now that I could not carry a lamb on my back—I who can otherwise raise a wild-boar.
Now here is my proposition: You know that a wild-boar hunt is to take place to-morrow in the Mares woods.
Besides deer, it is quite usual that wild-boar, as well as lynxes and other minor animals, come forward on these drives.
I was told that twenty years ago there were no wild-boar in these forests, while now there are hundreds.
They brought the Spaniards as many deer and wild-boar, slain with their arrows, as the latter desired.