Roebuck

/ˈrəʊbʌk/

Origin

First recorded in 1350–1400, roebuck is from the Middle English word robucke. See roe2, buck1 (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Roebuck

Roebuck

noun

  1. a male roe deer.
  2. the male of the roe deer

dictionary.com

Roebuck

noun

  1. A male roe deer.

lexico.com

Roebuck

noun

  1. : roe deer

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Example sentences for Roebuck

  1. The Roebuck would scarcely have ridden out a tornado like this, especially after having been laid on her ribs.
  2. The following words of Macaulay might have been spoken by Grote or Roebuck.
  3. After he had gone some distance through the wood a roebuck leapt up and the lap-dog went after it.
  4. At the same moment part of the network of the haye was lifted up, and a roebuck set free.
  5. Nobody entertains a doubt of Roebuck's motion being carried by a large majority against the Government.

Nearby words

rodzinski , roe , roe deer , roe versus wade , roebling , roeg , roemer , roentgen , roentgen equivalent man , roentgen ray

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