The varmint may have chawed him up too, as well as the white buck.
The white buck kept on his way, and soon disappeared from their sight.
At all events, he determined to make an attempt to capture the white buck—which would make a valuable addition to his museum.
Burdet had, among the deer in his park at Arrow, a white buck, of which he was exceedingly proud.
I must have at least three panther-skins to make up for the killing of the white buck.
Then there was the white buck, which the boys had rescued from the wolves only to have him killed by a panther.
(also white-shoe) Having the attitudes, appearance, etc, of the Ivy League: Do I look white shoe?/ a Harvard-educated bluestocking who practiced white-shoe corporate law
A typical Ivy League student
[1980s+; fr the white buckskin shoes that were part of that student's dress]