The result was an iguana, a bandicoot, three opossums, and some "sugar bags" or wild honey nests.
The next person they spied was a bandicoot carrying a watermelon.
When irritated it utters a low grunting cry, like the bandicoot.
They brought back an ample supply, with the addition of a wallaby and a bandicoot.
We did not see any kangaroos, but got a kangaroo rat and a bandicoot.
There is an expression in Australia, "Blind as a bandicoot."
bandicoot (Perameles), a genus of small Australian marsupials.
No bandicoot ever went into his hole with the dogs after him quicker than Jim came out of his.
I soon discovered tracks of the bandicoot, but they had taken the shape of a small human foot.
To all the early settlers in the bush the bandicoot is well known.
1789, from Telugu pandi-kokku, literally "pig-rat." Properly a large and destructive Indian rat; applied from 1827 to a type of insectivorous Australian marsupial somewhat resembling it.