from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A wild cat (Lynx rufus) of North America, having spotted reddish-brown fur, tufted ears, and a short tail. Also called bay lynx.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A North American wild cat, Lynx rufus, having tufted ears and a short tail
- n. a multi-purpose construction vehicle that is a akin to a smaller version of a front-end loader or a backhoe (backhoe loader), with a one-man caged control cabin
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. small lynx (Lynx rufus) of North America.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A popular name for the bay lynx, Lynx rufus, and its various subspecies, all of which have short tails.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. small lynx of North America
Yes | No | Report from bennett2009 wrote 1 year 3 days ago the power of the bobcat is amazing it just took down a mule deer that was 3 or 4 times it's size and the mule deer didn't even have a fighting chance
As a scientific classification, a "bobcat" is a species of the "lynx" genus.
Obviously people can't tell a bobcat from a lynx because that's definitely a bobcat.
I peeked around the large white pine i was leaning against and a bobcat was about 7 feet away mid-step.
My friend Bernie says Dick and Rummy's big plan to take over the world by waging continuous war is kinda like baptizing a bobcat -- ain't gonna happen.
Whichever one they picked up first was always called the bobcat, based upon the short tail and tufted ears.
Some neighbors say the bobcat was a pet, which is really nothing when compared to Ming the 400-pound tiger, who was found in living in a Harlem apartment back in 2003, alongside a caiman alligator.
May the bobcat is the resident star of Reed Bingham State Park in South Georgia.
Worm-Eating Warbler, and roaming mammals such as bobcat and river otter.
The large truck holding the crane toppled onto its side in the street while trying to lift a smaller "bobcat" style piece of equipment into the condominium construction site.
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