hornless


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Adj.1.hornless - having no horns; "hornless cattle"
horned - having a horn or horns or hornlike parts or horns of a particular kind; "horned viper"; "great horned owl"; "the unicorn--a mythical horned beast"; "long-horned cattle"
Translations

hornless

[ˈhɔːnlɪs] ADJsin cuernos, mocho

hornless

adjohne Hörner, hornlos
References in classic literature ?
A hornless stag or spurless cock would have a poor chance of leaving offspring.
The skin-coloured "alien head", as Pegg puts it, looks something like a deformed, hornless walrus, made up entirely of wrinkles and folds, stony blue eyes and green whiskers poking out of its every pore.
A comparison of space requirements of horned and hornless goats at the feed barrier and in the lying area.
It shall look like forcing bull's horns on a hornless donkey.
For example, a University of Minnesota animal scientist has used the TALENs technique to transfer an Angus beef cow gene for the hornless (polled) trait into the Holstein dairy cattle breed.
Hornless, with good sound feet, and a strong bone structure, its considerable merits guarantee a good investment and place it high on many farmers' wish lists.
We couldn't find a supplier who could do us hornless helmets, so we bought these instead.
The other is Arfidya, sometimes called Tamtam, and are small and hornless.
In his 89 years, Earl Bascom won just about every award a cowboy could win and invented the side delivery rodeo chute, the first hornless bronc saddle, and the first one-handed bareback rigging.
Statesmanship is found first by separating foot-going herds into hornless, non-interbreeding kinds that go on two feet (265c-266b).
They included giants such as Indricotherium, a hornless rhinoceros relative from Eurasia that stood 18ft high and would have dwarfed an African elephant.