Examples of cud in a Sentence
a cow chewing its cud
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Not infrequently, giraffes looking at us would lick their lips with their 18-inch tongues—not in any expressive way, just as a byproduct of cud-chewing.
That was when his team showed that BovB in cows and other cud-chewing mammals is most similar to the versions in pythons and vipers—and likely descended from them.
For now, the sheep and ram are lying in the Hannahs' fenced backyard, chewing their cud.
Each cow drinks about a bathtub full of water per day, and eats about 40 pounds of feed, chewing its cud an average of 40,000 times a day.
Cows chewed the cud, unfazed by our bike in their zone.
The animal must have both a split hoof and chew its cud.
Fox finished with 39 points in Kentucky's 86-75 victory, holding Ball to 10 points, forcing four turnovers from him, grinding him into cud.
Giraffes eat most of the time and, like cows, regurgitate food and chew it as cud.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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