At length, pushing on ahead, we saw before us a small antelope called a sassaby. From Wordnik.com. [My First Voyage to Southern Seas] Reference
"We have a grand supper to-night," said Alexander; "what shall I help you to -- harte-beest, sassaby, or rhinoceros?". From Wordnik.com. [The Mission; or Scenes in Africa] Reference
On, swifter than a sassaby and surer-footed than a fox; now the worst of the road was passed, and a long, smooth slope, almost free from stones, led them to the grassy plain beneath. From Wordnik.com. [Swallow: a tale of the great trek] Reference
Swinton put aside the skin of the sassaby that he was cleaning, and walked with them to where the men were assembled, and was not a little surprised when he saw the skins and jaws of the lion and lioness. From Wordnik.com. [The Mission; or Scenes in Africa] Reference
There were all sorts of them, springbucks in myriads, blesbok and quagga and wildebeeste in thousands, sable antelope, sassaby and hartebeeste in herds, eland, giraffe and koodoo in troops; while the forests were full of elephant and the streams of sea-cow. From Wordnik.com. [Swallow: a tale of the great trek] Reference
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