Synonyms for wallaby

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They brought back an ample supply, with the addition of a wallaby and a bandicoot.

He will see the wallaby from Australia, deer, sheep, and wild goats.

A packet of down is attached about his neck which represents a wallaby.

The Fitzroy wallaby was plentiful, and the Leader shot an emeu.

In the evening, the hunters came in with large supplies of wallaby.

The wallaby is a smaller kind of kangaroo which is also hunted.

We have seen no other game, except one wallaby and one kangaroo.

One of the police shot a large cassowary, and also a large wild pig and a wallaby, so there was plenty of food for all.

And wallaby stew is by no means a bad dish: the flesh tastes very much like venison.

A reef, which dries in patches at low-water, connects the east and west Wallaby Islands.

WORD ORIGIN

kind of small kangaroo, 1826, from native Australian wolaba.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WALLABY

marsupial

nounpouched mammal
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