antler

Part of speech: noun

A deciduous bony outgrowth or horn on the head of a deer.

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Usage examples "antler":

  1. A woman, whose name was Antler, took charge of Fleetfoot. - "The Later Cave-Men", Katharine Elizabeth Dopp.
  2. Now it was Fleetfoot's turn to be the bear, and when Antler saw him she laughed. - "The Later Cave-Men", Katharine Elizabeth Dopp.
  3. That man was contemporary with the mammoth in southern Europe is fairly certain, for not only are the remains of the mammoth and man's flint weapons found together, but in a few instances some primeval Landseer graved on slate, ivory, or reindeer antler a sketchy outline of the beast, somewhat impressionistic perhaps, but still, like the work of a true artist, preserving the salient features. - "Animals of the Past", Frederic A. Lucas.