noun, plural reed·bucks, (especially collectively) reed·buck.
any of several yellowish African antelopes of the genus Redunca, living near lakes and rivers, the male of which has short, forward-curving horns.
Origin of reedbuck
1825–35; translation of Afrikaans rietbok
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
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Historical Examples of reedbuck
Then there were reedbuck and cob, both of which are very good to eat.
We had most of our reedbuck experiences while driving swamps for lions.
A reedbuck was startled out of the grass and noisily ran away, giving the alarm.
The reedbuck's distinguishing characteristic is a sharp whistle, which he sounds shrilly when alarmed.
Reedbuck, sometimes a bushbuck, frequently hyenas, and many large owls are driven out of nearly every good-sized swamp.
British Dictionary definitions for reedbuck
noun plural -bucks or -buck
any antelope of the genus Redunca, of Africa south of the Sahara, having a buff-coloured coat and inward-curving horns
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