Examples of sheep in a Sentence
he came to see that the members of the cult were sheep who naively went along with whatever their leader dictated
Recent Examples of sheep from the Web
Bonenfant’s business, Fraser Farm Goatscaping, deploys goats and sometimes sheep to clean up yards.
At the fair’s petting farm, eager goats and sheep scramble to the edge of their pen to meet visitors bearing handfuls of feed.
Together, the two men bought 59,500 acres of the San Fernando Valley and began to raise sheep and plant wheat on their new mega-ranch.
Dasher is troubled by the thought of trail users intermingling with the sheep and cattle on his property.
Nineteen comuneros try to grow wheat and raise sheep and goats on 2,800 hectares (7,000 acres) of semi-arid scrubland.
The ban pertains to industrially produced partially hydrogenated oils, not the naturally occurring trans fat that comes from animals such as cows, sheep and goats.
With pasturelands dried up in the northeast of the country, an estimated 1.5 million goats and sheep have been struggling to find food, the U.N. report said.
The 15-hectare farm, some 370 miles by car from the capital Algiers, bustled with chickens, quails, ducks, camels, goats, and sheep – a hive of activity in this stark landscape where, for miles, there is little else besides sand.
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SHEEP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sheep for English Language Learners
: an animal with a thick woolly coat that is often raised for meat or for its wool and skin
: a person who does what other people say to do
SHEEP Defined for Kids
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