bovine

[ boh-vahyn, -vin, -veen ]SEE DEFINITION OF bovine

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The bovine humanity fitted to the machinery as the ox to the treadmill.

Plenty of desert hogs, as fat and as round as a ball of bovine butter.

To leave them was the bovine manner of saying, "Well, then, take them."

The limbs of the Gaur have more of the form of the deer than any other of the bovine genus.

Picquet, unastonished, gave him a heavy, bovine look of inquiry.

How different from anything of the bovine tribe I have yet observed!

It is bovine and slow in some respects, but it is never empty.

But the Doctor had not calculated upon hunger and bovine obstinacy.

As if in answer, the bovine proprietor, encouraged by the laughter, crept in again.

None will touch the meat of the bovine kind, save the outcast Pariah.

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