Origin of cachalot
Examples from the Web for cachalot
Sir W. Flower and many others are of opinion that there is but one species of Cachalot.The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia|Frank Evers Beddard
Of one thing I am certain—that, if any of the trio survived, they never afterwards attempted to rush a cachalot.
Except for the head work, removing the blubber was effected in precisely the same way as in the case of the cachalot.
Half pulling, half trusting to the sail, in a few seconds they were alongside the carcass of the cachalot.
Whoever gave utterance to those sounds—words they were—must be moving onward,—coming towards the carcass of the cachalot.