It was not until he had gone deeply into the woods, and the darkness was everywhere about him, that he remembered the catamount.
Which I ain't in the habit of bein' took lightly by no catamount.
First of all, the catamount must be taken away from the cabin and skinned.
It was as large a catamount as the two Maine lads had ever seen.
You must get Hewey Glinds to tell you bear and catamount stories.
The catamount had shifted his position, and the boys saw him plainly.
“If we do the catamount will likely climb after us,” replied Jerry.
The catamount screeched, and quivered for a second at44tack.
Dragged to the light, some called it a catamount, but others more correctly a wild-cat (Lynx fasciatus).
It struck the catamount on the foreshoulders, bounced off and rolled in the snow.
1660s, shortening of cat-o'-mountain (1610s), from cat of the mountain (early 15c.), a name aplied to various types of wildcat.