Calf [noun]

Definition of Calf:

leg between knee and ankle

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Sentence/Example of Calf:

Ulises Segura’s season ended in mid-September with a calf ailment.

Only camel calves around four to eight months old could give the virus to people, he found.

Females need a lot in the “bank” because their calves need a lot of energy.

They noted that the disease would roll through communities every few years, causing pregnant heifers and cows to lose their calves.

A somewhat worrying detail, in that respect, is that they tested muscle composition in the two muscles of the calf, the soleus and gastrocnemius, but only found a significant relationship between fiber type and training outcome for the gastrocnemius.

The sensor is attached to only one spot – an arm, calf or the forehead.

A small book, bound in full purple calf, lay half hidden in a nest of fine tissue paper on the dressing-table.

The calf and the bear shall feed: their young ones shall rest together: and the lion shall eat straw like the ox.

When he assails a calf, the cow will rush upon him, and one toss from her horns is sufficient to kill him.

New milker with a calf still beside her—purty as a picture, the pair of 'em, and dirt cheap.