Adjectives for Deer | Words to describe Deer

  • Giant
  • Black-Tailed
  • Young
  • Wild
  • Several
  • Red
  • Lusty
  • Brown
  • Mule
  • Wrong
  • Strucken
  • Plenty
  • Dappled
  • Countless
  • Last
  • Many
  • Large
  • Small
  • Wounded
  • Gigantic
  • Own
  • Old
  • Frightened
  • Scared
  • Dead
  • Antlered
  • Fine
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    • 1. They cooked another black-tailed deer, smoked some of the meat, and ran bullets until they had all of the latter they could possibly use. 🔊
    • 2. Shadows of the dappled deer, dreaming of the morn, Dreaming of a shadowy man that winds a shadowy horn. 🔊
    • 3. We saw several deer feeding along the shore that, discovering us as we rowed carelessly along, went whistling and snorting away into the forest. 🔊
    • 4. However, before five minutes had elapsed, they moved off sulkily like a herd of frightened deer, half alarmed, half in doubt. 🔊
    • 5. Then the Thames was clear and fresh and full of fish, and many a red deer and other wild animal wandered along its banks and drank of its waters. 🔊
    • 6. He was a fine, fat, young deer, and died by one of the thousand accidents to which the wild animals of the forest, as well as man, are exposed. 🔊
    • 7. As we came down to the lake in the morning to perform our ablations, we saw a fine deer on the opposite shore, feeding upon the pond lilies that grew along in the shallow water. 🔊
    • 8. We saw the fresh tracks of a moose on the sandy beach, tracks that had been made that morning, and we concluded to spend the day here, in the hope of securing one of these gigantic deer. 🔊
    • 9. And the next morning the brother got up and went hunting, and found a dead deer, and brought it home, and called it fresh meat, and they ate it together. 🔊
    • 10. To admit of vistas out of reach, And broad moon-lighted places Upon whose sward the antlered deer May view their double image clear. 🔊
    • 11. I got through at last, and went on near to where I had killed my last deer, and once more fired off my gun, which was again answered from the boat, which was still a little above me. 🔊
    • 12. Instantly it flashed upon him that I had taken him away from the polls for a purpose, and he fled like a scared deer over the road we had just travelled, leaving me to pursue my journey alone in the other direction. 🔊
    • 13. They had great luck with the game, shooting a half dozen splendid black-tailed deer, a score of wild turkeys, and many partridges, quail, and grouse. 🔊
    • 14. There were flocks of goats in the valley, which was what made the grass so turfy, I suppose; and our own deer and antelopes were browsing near them, friendly as you please. 🔊
    • 15. It seemed so odd, when we appeared as if travelling through the back woods, to see above the trees, not far off, a tall red chimney, where not long before we had passed the track of the wild deer. 🔊
    • 16. The moment the words were uttered, the skeleton stood up on its feet, and it looked a fine and lusty deer, and while I was admiring its beauty, it skipped out of the temple, and ran into the forest. 🔊
    • 17. About noon a red deer crossed his path; but he paid no heed, keeping his hounds only to the white doe's trail. 🔊
    • 18. Why, let the strucken deer go weep, The hart ungalled play; For some must watch, while some must sleep; Thus runs the world away. 🔊
    • 19. The sea and the rivers (which abound, and are of considerable volume) are full of fish; while the land has cattle, tame and wild swine, and many deer and fowls, with fruits, vegetables, and roots of all kinds. 🔊
    • 20. On our return, and as we came in sight of the dam, I, being in the forward boat, saw a small deer, laying stretched out upon these poles, dead, hanging, as it were, by one foot. 🔊
    • 21. He insisted that he had seen some, by the side of which the largest we had looked upon by daylight, were mere fawns, and thereupon he undertook to establish a theory that the large deer fed by night and the smaller ones by day. 🔊

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