Definition of Meercats
1. meercat [n] - See also: meercat
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Meercats
meercats (current term)
meet and greet
Literary usage of Meercats
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Savage Life: A Second Series of "Camp Notes" by Frederick Boyle (1876)
"... if not unique, in England (1874), I shall try to earn the reader's interest jn them without scruple. They are meercats, to give them their own name ..."
2. To the Cape for Diamonds.: A Story of Digging Experiences in South Africa by Frederick Boyle (1873)
"... wild mules in the dark—Accidents and offences—Bring to for the night —Marmots and meercats— ... meercats ..."
3. The Savage Life: A Second Series of "Camp Notes" by Frederick Boyle (1876)
"Of all the veldt animals, and they are many, marmots and meercats only have a fixed ... All meercats live in holes, excavated to an astonishing depth in the ..."
4. African Game Trails: An Account of the African Wanderings of an American by Theodore Roosevelt (1910)
"meercats, things akin to a small mongoose, lived out in the open plains, burrowing in com- A wounded wildebeest From n photograph i>y ..."
5. Terra: On a Hitherto Unsuspected Second Axial Rotation of Our Earth by Andrew A. Anderson (1887)
"One of our best, a black flint arrow-head, was turned up by a mole, and many brought to light by ant-bears, meercats, and wolf-holes. ..."