Definition of Bushmaster

1. Noun. A venomous pit viper, ''Lachesis muta'', from tropical America ¹



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Definition of Bushmaster

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bushmaster

bushily
bushiness
bushinesses
bushing
bushings
bushland
bushlands
bushless
bushlike
bushlip
bushlips
bushmakinite
bushman
bushman's poison
bushmanship
bushmaster (current term)
bushmasters
bushmeat
bushmeats
bushmen
bushment
bushments
bushpig
bushpigs
bushranger
bushrangers
bushranging
bushrangings
bushshrike
bushshrikes

Literary usage of Bushmaster

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1. Jungle Peace by William Beebe (1918)
"I well knew the color and pattern of the bushmaster. ... But now, though I was thinking bushmaster and looking bushmaster, my eyes insisted on registering ..."

2. Through the Brazilian Wilderness by Theodore Roosevelt (1914)
"A dozen species are known in Brazil, the biggest one being identical with the Guiana bushmaster, and the most common one, the jararaca, being identical or ..."

3. The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Description of Man and Nature in the Polar by Georg Hartwig (1872)
"Fortunately, the bushmaster is a rare serpent, frequenting only the deepest shades of the thicket, where in the day-time he generally lies coiled upon the ..."

4. The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A...description of Man and Nature in the by Georg Hartwig (1877)
"... the bushmaster is a rare serpent, frequenting only the deepest shades of the thicket, where in the day-time he generally lies coiled upon the ground. ..."

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