When he had done so he was ashamed of his temerity; he looked up to meet in her dark eyes the scared shyness of a fallow deer.
Messrs. Wenz & Mackensen, keep an almost continuous supply of fallow deer on hand for sale.
In the Park at Hyfield were some fallow deer, imported from England, and seeming to thrive exceedingly well.
We have the red deer, and the fallow deer, and the roe; and none of them have horns at all like that.
The Roebuck is smaller than the fallow deer, his height being about two feet six inches and his length three feet.
The fallow deer, as bucks and does, are nourished in parks, and conies in warrens and burrows.
He was about him as a lion among the fallow deer, when he is impelled by need and hunger.
They have plenty of venison of several kinds, as red and fallow deer, elks, and antelopes.
Those things standing around under the oaks are only silly English fallow deer.
On their return to the palace, they told the king that their sister had been devoured by a fallow deer.