ocelot : Definition, Usages, News and More

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o suh lot

  • n  nocturnal wildcat of Central America and South America having a dark-spotted buff-brown coat

  • To put it mildly, particle board makes for an unlikely luxury material, but give it enough shine, and--who knew?--it's more vivacious than an ocelot throw rug.
  • Bruce, who was the ocelot in Honey West.
  • Says Annie Allanche, a manager at Paris' Irie boutique: "Women are mixing leopard, tiger, giraffe and ocelot for evening.

  • Jose Serrano in PR Newswire (press release)
    Yet again we are forced to tell a bank to pay attention to the needs of tenants when they sell a portfolio of apartments in the Bronx,said Congressman Jose E. Serrano. "We had the same message during the Ocelot fight, and we were right...
  • Charles Schumer in New York Daily News
    A new owner committed to affordability and building maintenance is the perfect holiday gift for Ocelot tenants,said Schumer.

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