Examples of goat in a Sentence
In the last inning, a home run can make you the hero, and a strikeout can make you the goat.
an unhappy childhood was the goat he used to rationalize every failure and shortcoming
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Loro Piana may be based in Milan, but its cashmere comes from the hircus goats of Mongolia.
Though hardworking goats often prefer to climb the mountain alone, this year will encourage you to remember the value of teamwork, friendship, and your extended network.
Hunting: License -- $33.50 (32); bear and cougar tag -- $16 each ($15.50); deer tag $27.50 ($26.50); elk tag -- $48 ($46); sheep and goat -- $138 each ($132.50); spring turkey tag -- $25.50 (24.50).
Enter a cavalcade of strange and bewildering creatures: three crafty hedgehogs, three condescending Lipizzaner horses and an unhinged goat called Lupe.
That’s right: the version of latkes served in the Middle Ages were actually made of cheese, usually from goats or sheep.
Naadam sources its cashmere from the Zalaa Jinst white goat.
Contrary to popular opinion, goats are much more than an animal garbage disposal.
Relics of centuries-old monasteries dot the province’s foothills and spring up from gorges, while mouflon—a type of wild sheep—and bezoar goat roam the cliffsides among wild pear and plum trees.
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Origin and Etymology of goat
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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