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I had just got here, and was going to call you, when you yelled like a catamount down by the old grave.
I heard the struggle roll to and fro upon the floor, the yells of the catamount ringing up to heaven as she strove to reach me.
Had it been now a catamount, or even a full-size panther, I would have embellished a performance for you worth regarding.
THE LAST OF THE MOHICANSJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
Will your grand looks, or Hist's tears and beauty, change a wolf into a squirrel, or make a catamount as innocent as a fa'an?
THE DEERSLAYERJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
He grunts like a hog, already; when the Huron women begin to torment him, he will cry like the young of the catamount.
THE DEERSLAYERJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
A catamount is a skeary animal, I will allow, but then it is nothing in the hands of a practysed hunter.
THE PATHFINDERJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
Caps were made for the men and boys from bear skins, wolf skins, and the skins of the catamount.
Well, if he was, what would he be in the deep woods of the caribou and the catamount?
THE CHILDREN OF THE VALLEYHARRIET PRESCOTT SPOFFORD
They came on a big track, followed it, and saw a catamount eating a deer it had killed.
BEN COMEEM. J. (MICHAEL JOSEPH) CANAVAN
The French call them lucivees; and he's the biggest cat in the country, except the catamount.
BEN COMEEM. J. (MICHAEL JOSEPH) CANAVAN

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