Recent Examples of ox from the Web
This time, Blake arrived at the mansion riding an ox, which was meant to signify the strength of his feelings (seriously).
That says a lot for director Greg Shilling's steering, and the skill sets of his actors, some of whom play talking bison, a British lobster and a murderous ox.
Farmers ride ox carts along the Yangon to Naypyidaw highway in Myanmar on March 14, 2016.
Next come the fried ox testicles, followed by the pours and pours of homemade grappa.
Many of the antiques in the home came from Nora, who acquired pieces from around Europe, including the Cecilian ox cart chandeliers and 16th-century furnishings.
Few other Chinese zodiac animals — certainly not the snake, rooster, ox or rat — are cuddlier than the dog.
The Eiffel Tower and a three-dimensional, eight-foot, fiberglass Paul Bunyan figure and his blue ox were at the entrance to the museum's former postcard exhibit, said Diana Dretske, museum curator and historian.
When the exhibit was taken down, Bunyan, along with his ox and the tower were placed in storage.
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Origin and Etymology of ox
Origin and Etymology of ox-
OX Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ox for English Language Learners
: a bull that has had its sex organs removed
: a cow or bull
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