chamois[ sham-ee; French sha-mwah ]SEE DEFINITION OF chamois
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Then she dried it with the chamois skins as she often had done before.
But the chamois did not stir and gazed boldly into Swallow's eyes.
He went in and selected a couple of chamois skins, very thick and strong.
“If not, he should learn,” said the chamois hunter, viciously.
How the chamois hunter laughed at this, and showed his white teeth!
Those who, like the chamois (and the plant I spoke of) live only in high places.
“You shall have the milk, lady,” returned the chamois hunter.
It should leap from crag to crag like the chamois of the Alps.
By comparing him with the chamois, the insect, and the squirrel.
He turned away, bounding from rock to rock with the agility of a chamois.