bovinity

bovinity

(bəʊˈvɪnɪtɪ)
n
(Animals) the state of being bovine

bovinity

the state or quality of being like a cow or ox, especially in the sense of being dull, stolid, and slow-witted. — bovine, adj.
See also: Idiocy
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Just a few weeks ago Tommy broke another ticket selling record when all 12,000 seats for his Bovinity show in Cork sold out.
27) Joel Relihan defines the genre as 'a satire in the sense of a mixture of opposites, of things that do not belong together'; it is 'so fashioned of warring components as to make it a literary anomaly'--a sublime bovinity or bovine sublimity; finally, it is 'a fantastic tale that calls into question the intelligence and perception of its author/narrator' (1993, 20), (28) which is a particular apposite concept to explain Emma's habit of uncritical reading.
of bovinity, indeed asininity, the Bovouard-Partre pair recalling
Most popular was the new Bovinity Divinity, a combination of chocolate and white chocolate ice cream with milk chocolate cows mixed in.
The four new full fat flavors are Triple Caramel Chunk, featuring caramel ice cream with a swirl of caramel and fudge-covered caramel chunks; Bovinity Divinity, a milk chocolate ice cream with bits of white chocolate in the shape of cows mixed with white chocolate ice cream with bits of dark fudge cows blended in; Pistachio Pistachio, a pistachio ice cream with lightly-roasted whole pistachio nuts; and Southern Pecan Pie, featuring brown sugar ice cream with gold en roasted pecans, chinks of pecan pie pieces, and a pecan caramel swirl.
Whether you're a Bovinity Divinity fan from Berkeley, a disciple of Cookie Dough in Denver, a Southern Pecan Pie addict from Atlanta, a Caramel Chew Chew champion in Amsterdam, or just want a dish of Phish Food in Vermont, Ben & Jerry's has free ice cream to satisfy the whole herd