mooncalf

[ moon-kaf, -kahf ]SEE DEFINITION OF mooncalf
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I turned and saw a knight, who asked me why I gaped like a mooncalf at the torn bird.

And tie 'em in any string, or do you take me for a mooncalf?

Only a mooncalf, with a porridge-bowl instead of a head, could have mistaken these remarks.

Once when I heard the word ‘mooncalf’ and asked what it meant, some one at home told me that mooncalves were deformed children.

In 1661, one of Dame Ursula's particular orders to Mooncalf was to froth the cans well.

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