giraffe

[ juh-raf or, esp. British, -rahf ]
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Therefore you get the following sentence, "I believe I saw a giraffe."

The giraffe's neck is long because he is stretching towards heaven.

Mr. Gubb arose slowly, like a giraffe, and brushed his knees.

This has been attempted so far as regards the elephant, rhinoceros, giraffe, and eland.

It was a gobbler, I tell you, that was nearly as big as a giraffe.

Nobody but Giraffe could have had a thought along these lines.

"You'll just leave all that to me, Giraffe," said the patrol leader, sternly.

"That's right, and we must know; so start up the music, Davy," said Giraffe.

Giraffe burst out with; and then subsided at a frown from the scout-master.

And after that, to the immense delight of Giraffe, they prepared to depart.

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