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zebraPart of speech: Noun Usage examples "zebra":
- By fleeting glimpses we saw also many wildebeeste and zebra, with occasionally one of the smaller grass antelope. - "African Camp Fires", Stewart Edward White.
- You might run across some zebra in the same country and if you do, you can get some of 'em too. - "The Blind Lion of the Congo", Elliott Whitney.
- The zebra, too,- with the fine contrast of those bands of richest sable on the cream- coloured ground, now bold and broad, as on the rounded body, now running in fine parallel but irregularly- waved lines, as on the face,- is a beautiful quadruped; and a herd of them galloping wantonly over a South African plain, must be a sight worth seeing indeed. - "The Romance of Natural History, Second Series", Philip Henry Gosse.