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oxhide

/ˈɒksˌhaɪd/
noun
1.
leather made from the hide of an ox
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  • Thus it was that the stream was given the name of oxhide, which it bears to this day.

  • Why, Joe, I could have got a bushel of 'em; the oxhide was just swimming with 'em.

  • The Pawnees remained on oxhide Creek later than usual this spring.

  • The shields were square, and not made of oxhide, like ours, but of wood.

    The White Shield Bertram Mitford
  • The family had lived on their comfortable ranche on the oxhide for nearly three years.

  • That evening they arrived at their village on the Canadian, more than two hundred and fifty miles from the oxhide.

  • The little party from the ranche arrived at the mouth of the oxhide before the contingent from Fort Harker.

  • In this way they rode together back to the mouth of the oxhide, then separated and went to their respective homes.

  • The Pawnees camped on the oxhide that autumn earlier than usual, as one of the boys of the tribe had said they would.

  • From there to the oxhide, they made two night halts instead of one, as on their outward trip.

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