buffalo

Part of speech: noun

A large Old World ox.

Part of speech: noun

The North American bison.

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Usage examples "buffalo":

  1. They were two long, low steamers, which, coming from the port of Buffalo, were approaching rapidly. - "The Master of the World", Jules Verne.
  2. On going down to examine it more closely, he found it was large enough to admit a horse or buffalo. - "Myths and Legends of the Sioux", Marie L. McLaughlin.
  3. In the vicinity of New York City and Buffalo, New York, it is rather rare. - "Butterflies Worth Knowing", Clarence M. Weed.