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
The effort to clone dogs began when John Sperling, the founder of the University of Phoenix, read about Dolly the sheep and decided to clone his girlfriend's dog.
Ewes monitored black-faced lambs, erupting intermittently with the sheep sound virtually every toddler learns to mimic.
Here, in their cozy, pottery-packed studio, Vahagn shapes from the local clay traditional forms that store wine, water and salt onto which Zara meticulously etches lines in patterns suggesting wheat, sheep and the sun.
This classic becomes the year of the sheep (hitsuji) for Gokan.
The creation of chimeras that include human organs is more challenging, because people are less closely related to sheep and pigs than mice are to rats.
The goats were followed by gorillas and more goats (of a different variety) and moose and lions and sheep and a range of antelopes and on and on.
Pingree Farms – located near 7 Mile Road and I-75 in Detroit – has a variety of animals aside from goats, including miniature cows, pigs, sheep, goats, rabbits, chickens and turkeys.
For information on buying a concrete sheep, call 513-661-2700 or stop by city hall.
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Origin and Etymology of sheep
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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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