American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See Bigfoot.
- n. large hairy humanoid creature said to live in wilderness areas of the United States and Canada
- Halkomelem (Salishan language of southwest British Columbia) sε´sq'əč. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“It will likely take somebody like a Diane Fosse or a Jane Goodall to interact with the creatures on terms the Sasquatch is comfortable with in order to finally observe behavior.”
“Jenny turned and to her amazement saw what she describes as a Sasquatch / Bigfoot running along side of her property on the other side of the fence line, which separates her property to her neighbors.”
“But Quatchi the Sasquatch is one of the Vancouver Games 'mascots, so be prepared to see the trick in tonight's finals, where Peterson will be joined by fellow American freestyle skier Ryan St. Onge.”
“And maybe to find out if Sasquatch is online yet ....”
“Naming species on the basis of photos, vocalizations and molecular data alone opens the door for the official recognition of taxa that most zoologists are not ready to accept: on these grounds, Sasquatch is clearly a valid, nameable taxon for example.”
“Lady Sasquatch is your dream girl only bigger and hairier," she writes, "and she might eat you if you don't look out.”
“We were definitely in Sasquatch land, there," she remembers with a laugh.”
“Bigfoot researcher Loren Coleman has found a unique niche in Sasquatch research: He's looking into bigfoot's sex life.”
“I’m relieved to hear there’s a chance Sasquatch is really out there — I knew I wasn’t completely crazy!”
“That may have been one of the first news pranks that actually used the term Sasquatch, but there is a much earlier April 1st tale of a hairy wild man.”
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