A great brown horse, gaunt and ugly as a mountain-goat, emerged.
She knows well in what wild and solitary uplands to look for this mountain-goat.
He eats like a horse at all times, and is as hardy as a mountain-goat.
It is the country of the wolf and the isard, of the brown bear and the mountain-goat, a land of bare rock and of rushing water.
His cheeks were now a ruddy brown, his eyes were clear, his muscles hard, and his step as springy as that of a mountain-goat.
Ere now the god his arrows had not tried But on the trembling deer or mountain-goat: At this new quarry he prepares to shoot.
On our return, we saw, below this lake, large flocks of the mountain-goat.
The broad snow-fields over which I have often hunted the mountain-goat offer an inviting path.
Her voice was sweeter than the notes of the Mocking-Bird, and her eye brighter and softer than the eye of the mountain-goat.
You must creep over steep snow-banks and cross deep crevasses where a mountain-goat would hardly keep his footing.