Unicorn in a Sentence

Definition of Unicorn

a mythical creature that resembles a horse and has one horn in the center of its head

Examples of Unicorn in a sentence

The horse-like unicorn is said to be the holder of all truth that can pierce the heart of a liar with its horn.

Dating back to the 5th century B.C, the first depiction of a unicorn included its white body and multi-colored horn in the center of its head.

Some unicorns are drawn as having wings, while most of the mythological creatures looked like horses with horned foreheads.

Greek writers included unicorns in natural history books because they believed these horned, flying horses were real.

The tusk of a narwhal was often sold as unicorn horn to those who believed in the mythological horse.

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