Cowed [verb]

Definition of Cowed:

browbeat, intimidate

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Sentence/Example of Cowed:

The Columbia Repository newspaper ran a story of a 1,300-pound mammoth cheese made from milking the cows of each of the 186 farmers in the town of Cheshire, Massachusetts.

Elephants promote grass growth by clearing brush and small trees, so as their numbers shrink, there’s less grass for cows to graze on.

But, according to the unofficial story from inside the Kodak factory, the company’s dedicated R&D wing started because of some cows—and would go on to make some truly fascinating discoveries.

We have about 2,000 people here spread out over 500 square miles of cows and wheat, so social distancing came naturally to us.

A plant-based milk alternative using fava beans, hatched in Konolfingen, promises close similarity to cow’s milk in taste and texture and will hit shelves in March.

For example, a virus that infected cows and people led to the vaccine for smallpox, the only human disease ever completely wiped out.

His father was a farmer in Tobago who would endlessly tend to the cows, donkeys, goats and sheep.

Just as the cows reached their most productive time, schools and restaurants shut down.

This led to a decrease in milk production, but most infected cows recovered and returned to normal production for the rest of their lives.

If you change the way cows graze, the thinking goes, you can give huge swaths of chewed-up grasslands time to regrow properly.