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spottie

/ˈspɒtɪ/
noun
1.
(NZ) a young deer of up to three months of age
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  • When he grasped the bridle-reins out of the cowboy's hand spottie jumped as if he had been shot at.

  • If so, then the trouble that had come to spottie's master was not in vain.

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  • "spottie," replied Moore, shortly, as he made ready to mount.

  • spottie tossed his head and stepped high until the bridle was on.

  • Should he dash in and try to save him—he who had robbed him of spottie, only to tire of him and cast him off?

    Golden Grain Various
  • "spottie, it's drag yearlings around for you to-day," said the cowboy, as he caught the mustang.

  • To cut it short--he got himself a white-speckled mustang that's a dead ringer for spottie.

  • When spottie reared--he's shy with strangers--why, Jack gave a hell of a jerk on the bridle.

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