noun, plural o·ryx·es, (especially collectively) o·ryx.
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Example sentences from the Web for oryx
If it is a young man, they should start with Oryx and Crake.
Harris has given much better arguments in favour of the unicorn being merely a species of oryx.Mythical Monsters|Charles Gould
Toward midnight a number of oryx were seen, their long, black, sword-like horns mixed with a herd of zebra.
Schoverling put down another oryx and a zebra, whose flesh the Masai delighted in, though it was too tough for the others.
To his vast delight, von Hofe's oryx bounded high and fell dead; it was found that both bullets had gone through the heart.
Gradually game became apparent, and after knocking over a couple of gazelles and a fine oryx, they found a waterhole.