bison

[ bahy-suh n, -zuh n ]
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Harold came round the corner like a bison pursued by Indians.

"Well, I should say so," murmured Bison Billiam, a bit amazed at all this ceremony.

"I'll be back in the morning," said Bison Billiam as he mounted his horse.

"It won't do; it won't do at all," said Bison Billiam, in a tone almost of discouragement.

Bison Billiam was made the permanent arbitrator of the wing question.

I didn't get Bison Head to attack you,—he did that on his own account.

Remember the fate of the passenger pigeon and the American bison.

The bison faced them for an instant, then turned and made off.

In the soft soil at the bottom he saw the round prints of a bison's hoof.

But suddenly they saw blood pouring from the bison's mouth and nostrils.