One night I distinctly heard the cry of a mountain-lion, or panther, several times.
She will step freely, this Timeh of mine, and stride as far as a mountain-lion can leap!
Hasayampa had trouble with a mountain-lion what wanted to make sociable calls, but was too bashful to come in daylight.
His back and sides were torn as by a mountain-lion, and his head was battered as by another Bull.
A mountain-lion I'm not afraid of: he'll run ninety-nine times out of a hundred.
That's the track of what we call a mountain-lion or panther up north, an' they don't never hurt nobody.
You are no more like the old Badger than a calf is like a mountain-lion.
I was taught, too, that wolf tracks were longer than those of the mountain-lion, which were nearly circular.
Madeline feared he might have scented a mountain-lion or wildcat.
A displaced rock clattered down the gully, startling a mountain-lion which leaped from a freshly killed calf and skulked away.