Jack lost all interest in the ocelot as he thrilled at a startling discovery.
It was, as had been supposed, an ocelot, the most beautiful creature of that region.
However, he trusted to the wary instinct of the ocelot, which kept coming right forward.
This is well shown in the ocelot, Fig. 15, and in many other cats.
What appears to be the ocelot or jaguar is the favorite subject.
America has several Tiger-Cats, foremost amongst which may be mentioned the ocelot.
The lion is unknown in America, but the creature which most nearly takes his place is the puma or ocelot.
A few animals, among others the ocelot, inhabited the thickets.
The first ocelot was a tawny yellow and the second was a reddish gray.
In all his hunters experience, he had never seen an ocelot so large.
"large wildcat of Central and South America," 1775, from French ocelot, a word formed by French naturalist Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon (1707-1788), from Nahuatl ocelotl "jaguar" (in full tlalocelotl, a compound formed with tlalli "field").