from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A male roe deer.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A male roe deer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A small European and Asiatic deer (Capreolus capræa) having erect, cylindrical, branched antlers, forked at the summit. This, the smallest European deer, is very nimble and graceful. It always prefers a mountainous country, or high grounds.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The male of the roe-deer; less properly, the roe-deer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. male roe deer
The male of the roe is called a roebuck; the female, a roe; and the young, a fawn; and these creatures do not live in herds like the other deer, but in families of from ten to twenty each.
Thy roebuck and thy stagehand, they comfort mealie.
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He slowly moved his toes in the sock and a verse occurred to him which compared the feet of Christ to a white roebuck in a thornbush.
Yet, as she spoke, she almost doubted her own eyes; so altered were the manner and attire of the handsome, stately, and almost splendidly dressed youth who, springing like a roebuck from a cliff of considerable height, lighted just in front of her.
Lake Champlain is 125 miles long.33 He was fascinated by its fine woods, beautiful islands, open meadows, and vast abundance of “game stags, fallow deer, fawns, roebuck, bears and other animals” that swam from the mainland to the islands.
But my dad was working two jobs when I was growing up; one for sears and roebuck and one for the U.S. Post Office.
Let the globe be covered with wholesome fruits; let the air on which we depend for life convey to us no diseases and premature death; let man require no other lodging than the deer or roebuck, in that case the Genghis Khans and Tamerlanes will have no other attendants than their own children, who will be very worthy persons, and assist them affectionately in their old age.
Eat away at that roebuck with the gilded horns and feet, and do not carp at your mother ..
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