ocelot

[ os-uh-lot, oh-suh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF ocelot
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It was, as had been supposed, an ocelot, the most beautiful creature of that region.

This is well shown in the ocelot, Fig. 15, and in many other cats.

"The Ocelot bounds away too quickly," he observed, as if offended.

The ocelot is next only to the jaguar in ferocity and daring.

America has several Tiger-Cats, foremost amongst which may be mentioned the Ocelot.

A few animals, among others the ocelot, inhabited the thickets.

In all his hunters experience, he had never seen an ocelot so large.

It cannot be; an assassin would not have interfered with the ocelot.

Ah, you should have seen the ocelot when taken from the tank!

An ocelot, trudging stealthily behind him, was his sole companion.

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