Definition of Tsessebes
1. tsessebe [n] - See also: tsessebe
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Literary usage of Tsessebes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. On the South African Frontier: The Adventures and Observations of an by William Harvey Brown (1899)
"While we were eating breakfast a herd of tsessebes came near us, ... The tsessebes proved to be the most wary of antelope. ..."
2. The Native Races of South Africa: A History of the Intrusion of the by George William Stow (1905)
"... us was a trap constructed by them for the capture of the game of the country, among which were great numbers of buffaloes, zebras, giraffes, tsessebes, ..."
3. Africa: The History of Exploration and Adventure as Given in the Leading by Charles H. Jones (1875)
"To assist in the support of the large party, Livingstone went ont several times with his gun. The country abounds with game,—buffaloes, zebras, tsessebes, ..."
4. Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa: Including a Sketch of by David Livingstone (1858)
"... probably they have been led to the custom by seeing this plan adopted by the gazelle of the Desert. Great numbers of buffaloes, zebras, tsessebes, ..."
5. Life of Frederick Courtenay Selous, D.S.O., Capt. 25th Royal Fusiliers by John Guille Millais (1919)
"... whilst out on the plains there was a constant procession of Liechtenstein's hartebeest, blue wildebeests, tsessebes, water-bucks, zebras, ..."
6. African Nature Notes and Reminiscences by Frederick Courteney Selous (1908)
"One of the tsessebes was standing with its rump more squarely towards me than the other, so aiming just at the root of its tail, I fired, and saw at once ..."