noun, plural bush·bucks, (especially collectively) bush·buck.
Origin of bushbuck
Examples from the Web for bushbuck
"Hartebeest, bushbuck and antelope," replied the explorer calmly.The Blind Lion of the Congo|Elliott Whitney
He went to a place where he found a bushbuck (imbabala) building a hut.
Sometimes we have kongoni steaks, at other times we have the heart of waterbuck or the liver of bushbuck or impalla.In Africa|John T. McCutcheon
Afterwards he whistled in a particular manner, and there fell a storm of hail which killed the bushbuck.
Then came up a bushbuck, and the man told him to sit down by the leopard and wait.Black Tales for White Children|C. H. Stigand