noun, plural reed·bucks, (especially collectively) reed·buck.
Words nearby reedbuck
Origin of reedbuck
Examples from the Web for reedbuck
Then there were reedbuck and cob, both of which are very good to eat.
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.
We had most of our reedbuck experiences while driving swamps for lions.