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used in The Killer Angels

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a group of animals or plants that are similar — typically identified as a group because they can procreate together (reproduce new members of the group)
  • ...roar was composed of a thousand different rips and whispers, most incredible noise he had ever heard or imagined, like a great orchestra of death, all the sounds of myriad death: the whicker-whicker of certain shells, the weird thin scream of others, the truly frightful sound made by one strange species that came every few moments, an indescribable keening, like old Death as a woman gone mad and a-hunting you, screaming, that would be the Whitworth, new English cannon the Rebs had.
    3.3 — Day 3 Chapter 3 (92% in)

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