These women are far, far classier than the trashy "cougar". They do not frequent bars for pick ups, hook ups or anything other than a drink and some company with their girl friends. They do not hide their ages or their attitudes and are impatient with obvious come ons. Mostly solitary, they are very, very difficult to hunt, hence "leopardess". Katherine Hepburn would have been the Ultimate Urban Leopard(ess).
You might call them a MILF if you want to get slapped.
Also called a leopardess or quite simply, a grown woman.
The Lepeord is much CLASSIER, does not prey on the young men, yet is flattered by their interest as long as it is not pushed upon them or expected to be reciprocated. The lepeord will not date them, and rarely will bed them, but is flattered by cougar snack's attention in small amounts. Unlike the cougar, the lepeord does not intentionally try to get the attention of younger men. The leopard is usually over 30, does not try to hide her values, age (despite looking good for her age and for some much younger), or oppinions. She does not like sleezy come ons, dirty talk, and guys who come after her for sex. To score with a leopard a man would have to get to know and appreciate her mind, not just her body and looks. She enjoys looking good and being sexy, but is happy to just take care of herself just for her own sake, not to lure or bait a trap. She may be a loner, or hang with cougars, yet usually its easier to spot a cougar than a leopard. She will be the sexy older woman at the club who dances, laughs with freinds, drinks, and talks to guys, without the intent of picking any of them up.
Beware, the best gold diggers often try to mask themselves as leopards!!!
Shannon and Tracy soon figured out they were a couple of leopards in a cougars den while at the hotel bar.
"There was definitely a leopard hiding in that 7th bottle of bass last night..."
appearance. Mostly common on people with blonde or red
hair with freckles on other various parts of their body.
When excited, the leopard will stand erect looking for shelter.