Heifers [noun]

Definition of Heifers:

baby cow

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Sentence/Example of Heifers:

Egypt is like a fair and beautiful heifer: there shall come from the north one that shall goad her.

Moreover, they almost invariably bear heifer calves, so that the flock increases rapidly.

I will make Smoker seize the heifer if necessary; at all events, he will keep her at bay—that is, if she is here.

They advanced cautiously into the thicket, following the track of the heifer, and at last came upon her.

The calf became quite tame, and as the heifer perceived that the calf was quiet, she became more quiet herself.

If every one was to live from hand to mouth, who would keep a calf until it became a heifer, or a lamb to become a sheep?

They followed the dog, and found him about to seize a calf which stood by a heifer that Edward had shot.

Edward called him over and went up to the animal; it was a fine young heifer, and the calf was not more than a fortnight old.

“Yes; he is gone back to the cottage;” and Edward then stated how he had killed the heifer, and wanted to obtain the calf.

Edward took out his knife, and commenced skinning the heifer, and then took out the inside.