/ (ˈblækˌteɪl) /

  1. a variety of mule deer having a black tail

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How to use blacktail in a sentence

  • She remembered the cached deer on the blacktail Creek, and set out at once in that direction.

  • The trip over the divide between blacktail and Bear-runs was quickly made.

  • I took my lariat and my weapons and walked slowly up the creek, which was then called blacktail Creek.

  • There were few Oregon blacktail deer heads exhibited, and these were not large.

  • He was gazing up at a magnificent blacktail deer which stood like a statue on a ledge six hundred feet above them.

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