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
Recent Examples of goat from the Web
Somerset's wood grill will produce vegetable dishes such as broccoli with black garlic and almonds, and a smoked-beet tartare with sunflower butter, cumin yogurt, goat gouda and flatbread.
For example, because of my older brother David's dairy allergies during his infant years, my mom had an arrangement with another farm wife to buy bottles of goat's milk.
Linquist will experiment with new kinds of tacos at this Coyo, including making his own tortillas and roasting whole lamb and goat.
Today, Escherichia coli bacteria, yeasts, plants, silkworms, and even goats have been genetically engineered to churn out spider silk proteins, though the proteins are often shorter and simpler than the spiders' own.
This raises the importance of having a better plan to use mechanical, hand labor, goats and other economically viable methods to thin our wildlands.
Milk does not come from plants, or even sheep or goats.
Sheep were domesticated twice as long ago as horses, with goats (10,500 years ago), pigs and humpless cattle (both about 10,300 years ago) hot on their heels.
Three goats and a miniature horse also were confiscated.
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Origin and Etymology of goat
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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