buffalo

[ buhf-uh-loh ]SEE DEFINITION OF buffalo

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUFFALO

In its fright, it had probably mistaken us for a band of buffalo.

You were arrested in Buffalo, convicted, and served your stretch.

But the buffalo had come south that winter for the early grass.

My friend uses no water—you ought to have seen his bill at the Buffalo hotel.

"That is the Pawnees, singing their travel song," said the Buffalo Chief.

Everybody looked at the Buffalo Chief, for, after all, it was he who began the party.

The Buffalo herds have gone; they have succumbed to the rifles of the hunters.

He tells us that two of themjust two minddevoured a quarter of a buffalo in one morning.

Cargoes of army stores were transported between Buffalo and Detroit.

I know that in Buffalo they were at first voted down by a large majority.

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