Examples of calve in a Sentence
The cow calved in the barn.
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While that's happening, tall and thing icebergs called pinnacle bergs calve off and flip upside down.
The Nelchina caribou are just now beginning to cross the Richardson Highway north of Sourdough en route to the spring calving grounds in the Talkeetna Mountains.
Various governmental organizations would determine the kill zones prior to calving season, which typically runs from February to March.
Ludovico even played the piece live on Arctic waters, as glaciers calved in the distance.
But that kind of documentation is essential to understanding—and modeling—how and why glaciers calve.
Speakers beneath the floor rumble with thunderous sounds of glaciers calving, like a keening mammoth.
The two-story house, built in 2002, has four bedrooms, three baths and 4,700 square feet ($1,383 a square foot) plus a pond, shop, calving barn, corral and mint distillery.
And according to recent reports from the Washington Post, elk attacks are on the rise amid the 2018 calving season.
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CALVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of calve for English Language Learners
of a cow : to give birth to a calf
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