Definition of Bobacs
1. bobac [n] - See also: bobac
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Literary usage of Bobacs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa by Edward Daniel Clarke (1816)
"The soldiers of the garrison seemed to be more astonished and amused by the appearance of the bobacs than by any thing else; ..."
2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1812)
"... near the town, and found the earth all around their tents covered with the mutilated carcases of dead rata, cats, dogs, sus/ics, and bobacs. ..."
3. Central Asia and Tibet by Sven Anders Hedin (1903)
"In some of the crevices small junipers had taken root, and the region abounded in bobacs or steppe ..."
4. The Encyclopædia of Geography: Comprising a Complete Description of the by Hugh Murray, William Wallace, Robert Jameson, William Jackson Hooker, William Swainson, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1837)
"The celebrated Pallas relates, that, when the bobacs have occasion to transport a quantity of provisions to their burrow, one of the party, ..."
5. The Reasoning Power in Animals by John Selby Watson (1867)
"... and such is said to be the practice of the chamois and other species of antelope.2 So the bobacs, a sort of marmot found in some parts of Poland and ..."