Nothing could be seen of the camelopard, though its tracks were found leading out upon the plain.
This was not the case with the camelopard that had got loose and fled among the foremost.
By adding to this description of Oppian those of Heliodorus and Strabo, we shall have a sufficient idea of the camelopard.
Then she rose with dignity, and walked like a camelopard all down the room on the side opposite to Mr. Oldfield.
At the zoological garden was found nearly every animal extant, from a mouse to a camelopard.
“The camelopard is the tallest of known animals:” pronounce camelopard with the accent on mel; never say camel leopard.
Giraffe, ji-raf′, n. the camelopard, an African quadruped with remarkably long neck and legs.
Some authors have proved the mildness and docility of the camelopard, while others represent it as incapable of being tamed.
The guanaco, a quadruped allied to the lama and with some resemblance to the camelopard, is found in considerable numbers.
Half distracted by the loss of the camelopard, he was scarce capable of knowing whether he now acted sensibly, or like a fool!