Big 4 Sports Team by Definition

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Can you name the Big 4 Sports Team by Definition (city not included)?

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a bear, especially a European brown bearNHL
Slang; a CanadianNHL
an atrociously wicked, cruel, or ill-tempered personNHL
any of several devices, other than pressure devices, for feeding lubricating oil to a bearingNHL
cavalry swordNHL
a legislator or statesmanNHL
living in a state of nature; not tamed or domesticatedNHL
“pertaining to stars or celestial bodies, or to activities, as spaceflight, taking place outside the earth's atmosphereMLB
physically active and strongMLB
one who makes certain beverages through specific processesMLB
a large North American rattlesnakeMLB
one who avoids thingsMLB
one having the spirit or bearing of a knightNBA
a branch of the Indo-European family of languages, including Scots gaelic, Welsh, and Breton among othersNBA
something, such as a ship, horse or sled, that moves quickly NBA
the state of a body or of matter that is perceived as opposed to cold and is characterized by elevation of temperatureNBA
a style of dance music, popular especially in the 1920s, arranged for a large bandNBA
a cargo vessel designed to travel on specific bodies of waterNBA
a lone dissenter, as an intellectual, an artist, or a politician, who takes an independent stand apart from his or her associatesNBA
a lump of something, as of precious metalNBA
one who sets the tempo or rhythmNBA
a disk or cylindrical part tightly fitting and moving within a cylinder, either to compress or move a fluid collected in the cylinderNBA
roweled projection at the back of footwear for use by a mounted rider to urge a horse forwardNBA
a self-luminous heavenly bodyNBA
a pioneer in any field of endeavorNBA
a person who practices magicNBA
a statement of money owed for goods or services suppliedNFL
a young male animal of the horse familyNFL
a person who loves, supports, and defends his or her country and its interests with devotionNFL
a person of great holiness, virtue, or benevolenceNFL
a person of great strength or size NFL

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