noun, plural wal·la·bies, (especially collectively) wal·la·by.
Origin of wallaby
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Contemporary Examples of wallaby
They asked the director of the Buffalo Zoo for some wallaby hair.Ebola's Roots Are 50 Times Older Than Mankind. And That Could Be the Key to Stopping It.
October 20, 2014
Historical Examples of wallaby
They brought back an ample supply, with the addition of a wallaby and a bandicoot.The Young Berringtons
He will see the wallaby from Australia, deer, sheep, and wild goats.Yachting Vol. 2
A packet of down is attached about his neck which represents a wallaby.The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life
The Fitzroy wallaby was plentiful, and the Leader shot an emeu.The Overland Expedition of The Messrs. Jardine
Frank Jardine and Alexander Jardine
In the evening, the hunters came in with large supplies of wallaby.Adventures in New Guinea
noun plural -bies or -by
Word Origin for wallaby
noun plural -bies
kind of small kangaroo, 1826, from native Australian wolaba.