Definition of Buck fever
1. Noun. Nervous excitement of an inexperienced hunter.
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Literary usage of Buck fever
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1. Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography by Theodore Roosevelt (1913)
"In my case the overcoming of buck fever was the result of conscious effort and a deliberate determination to overcome it. More happily constituted men never ..."
2. Fifty Years a Hunter and Trapper: Experiences and Observations of E. N by Eldred Nathaniel Woodcock (1913)
"Two Cases of buck fever. THAVE heard many hunters say that they had never had a ... I never saw but one place that I did not get the buck fever when deer ..."
3. Sporting Fire-arms for Bush and Jungle: Or, Hints to Intending Griffs and by Forsyth Francis Robert Burgess (1884)
"buck fever." RIFLES should be chosen, as far as one's means allow, to suit the work for which it is intended to use them. Rifles on the express system are ..."