noun, plural bush·bucks, (especially collectively) bush·buck.
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But since the incident at the wind-up of the bushbuck hunt the estrangement had widened.The White Hand and the Black|Bertram Mitford
They had left the main body to get up a bushbuck hunt on the banks of the Bashi.'Tween Snow and Fire|Bertram Mitford
"Hartebeest, bushbuck and antelope," replied the explorer calmly.The Blind Lion of the Congo|Elliott Whitney
Sometimes we have kongoni steaks, at other times we have the heart of waterbuck or the liver of bushbuck or impalla.
A bushbuck with fifteen-inch horns is considered a fine prize, although horns of nineteen inches are on record.