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Use "cabree" in a sentence
"What Norman had shot, then, was an antelope; and the reason why it is called "cabree" by the voyageurs, and "goat" by the fur-traders, is partly from its colour resembling that of the common goat, but more from the fact, that along the upper part of its neck there is a standing mane, which does in truth give it somewhat the appearance of the"
"Norman called it "a goat," and stated that this was its name among the fur-traders, while the Canadian voyageurs give it the title of "cabree.""
"They bring their water for themselves and their horses, in the paunches of the deer and cabree, which are never cleansed more than what is done by constant use."