This chapter would not be complete without a word—just a word—about three yearling friends of ours.
By autumn the youngster was so big and sleek that he might almost have passed for a yearling.
He's no more to you than a yearling to the hands of Abraham.
Why, he asked mildly, might not the AJ outfit have stolen the yearling?
The deer finally worked up in gun shot, and they proved to be an old doe, a yearling and the doe's fawn.
That night Kotick danced the Fire-dance with the yearling seals.
Then the yearling came over and eyed with curiosity the resting calf,—the first moose-calf he had ever seen.
No, I swan if it ain't a yearling as has been pulled down now.
After sunset, the mate, adventuring up the bay, shot a yearling moose.
About that time the forest folk had begun to speak of him as a "yearling."