Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


"Very well," said the leader of the buffalos, whose form was nothing but bone.

The first glance showed them that it was crowded with buffalos.

He took him to the field and lifted him up upon the yoke between the buffalos.

This is one of the last accounts given of any buffalos in Indiana.

Binny Yes, shooting the wild helephants and buffalos what abound there.

Trying for the supply dump near Dagupan, all Joe had got was the backside of a church and two buffalos.

In the island of Cayenne, in 1519, the inhabitants used a breastplate of buffalos hide.

My friends, we think there were Indians and buffalos in this country then.

In-ne--cose, the Buffalos Child; a warrior, full-length, with medicine-bag of otter-skin.

This was in the year when the Panhandle coyote rolled in fat from much buffalo meat, and a buffalos skin brought five dollars.