litter

[ lit-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF litter

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LITTER

The horses were without stalls or litter, in a dark, ill-paved barn.

There was such a litter as always gathers around a literary man.

I flushed to see her regard the litter about me with calm deliberateness.

The hallways were strewn with straw and the litter of packing.

The boys took turns with Trapper Jim in carrying the litter.

With two exceptions, these cats have never had more than two kittens at a litter.

The she-wolf, too, left her litter and went out in search of meat.

No more had he thought so, than the litter came along, and he seated himself in it.

In every litter sat a veiled woman, and the princess was in their midst.

Then the little snake crawled into the litter, and the captain followed after.

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