Cowlike

Cow´like`


a.1.Resembling a cow.
With cowlike udders and with oxlike eyes.
- Pope.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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My complexion is ruddy, my face round and cowlike" Actor Derek Jacobi.
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Murdoch's charges have cowlike faces and fur so thick it's difficult to feel the massive body underneath.
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143-158) that Ike's mute yearning for farmer Houston's cattle is "truer than the commercial greed that inspires his uncle Flem's marriage to cowlike Eula." In fact, too many of Faulkner's women, if we trust Diane Roberts ("Eula, Linda, and the Death of Nature," Faulkner and the Natural World, pp.
He had his head down in an aggrieved cowlike stance.