noun, plural roe·bucks, (especially collectively) roe·buck.
Examples from the Web for roebuck
The Roebuck would scarcely have ridden out a tornado like this, especially after having been laid on her ribs.Captain Kyd, Vol. II|Joseph Holt Ingraham
The following words of Macaulay might have been spoken by Grote or Roebuck.A Short History of English Liberalism|Walter Lyon Blease
After he had gone some distance through the wood a roebuck leapt up and the lap-dog went after it.More Celtic Fairy Tales|Various
At the same moment part of the network of the haye was lifted up, and a roebuck set free.Windsor Castle|William Harrison Ainsworth
Nobody entertains a doubt of Roebuck's motion being carried by a large majority against the Government.The Greville Memoirs (Third Part) Volume I (of II)|Charles Cavendish Fulke Greville