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spotted deer

noun
1.
Origin of spotted deer
1670-1680
1670-80
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  • As the Shawnees failed to make a fire, spotted deer believed that they feared pursuit.

    Spotted Deer Elmer Gregor
  • spotted deer, you are a good friend, Running Fox replied, warmly.

    Running Fox Elmer Russell Gregor
  • spotted deer, I believe we are going into some kind of danger.

    Running Fox Elmer Russell Gregor
  • Yes, I believe that must be the way of it, spotted deer agreed, finally.

    Running Fox Elmer Russell Gregor
  • spotted deer felt sure that, once alarmed at his absence, Running Fox would make desperate efforts to find him.

    Spotted Deer Elmer Gregor
  • Aided by spotted deer he dragged it to the island, and pulled it into the bushes.

    Running Fox Elmer Russell Gregor
  • Yes, I have circled all around this hill; there is no one hiding here, spotted deer assured him.

    Running Fox Elmer Russell Gregor
  • His words were useless, however, for spotted deer could not hear them.

    Running Fox Elmer Russell Gregor
  • "Well, my brothers, the Mohawks have found us," said spotted deer.

    Spotted Deer Elmer Gregor
  • See, spotted deer, I have killed a chief who wears the black robe.

    Running Fox Elmer Russell Gregor

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