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Definition of "prongbuck" [prong•buck]

  • The springbok. (noun)
  • The pronghorn. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "prongbuck" in a sentence
  • "When the climate changes, when it becomes warmer, for instance, northern creatures that once were at home in the lowlands draw off into the neighboring highlands, leaving their old haunts to newcomers from the south, while nevertheless the two faunas may be only a few miles apart; just as in Montana and Alberta moose and caribou in certain places were found side by side with the prongbuck."
  • "The white feathers were raised and displayed so that the spot flashed like the “chrysanthemum” on a prongbuck whose curiosity has been aroused."
  • "There is no prongbuck, and many other creatures characteristic of the United States and British Columbia are not found in Upper and Lower Canada or in the maritime provinces."
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