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"
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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.
Since then, they have rightly found popularity once more, with some breeders favouring the multi-horned type with their bouffant topknot on their heads and others preferring sheep with a single pair of horns and in some cases, hornless.
1 HEN CLAN REVS (Strictly Casualty?) 2 HORNLESS CARBON (US hardman actor) 3 NARWHALS CRIED (English naturalist) INITIALLY YOURS Which film, TV programme or musical number do these initials stand for?
Take the hornless calves munching in a UC-Davis field.
So don't make a unicorn go hornless. Post your salary ranges when hiring, but don't ask applicants for their salary history.
It is, therefore, important to ensure that your animals are either naturally hornless, which are called polled livestock or you dehorn them to minimise losses due to bullying.
With the poachers' prize removed, the risk to the hornless animals is greatly reduced.
The few companies that have, besides AquaBounty and Oxitec, include Recombinetics, which has produced hornless cows (an important innovation), and Genus, which has developed pigs resistant to the devastating Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus, the cause of losses to U.S.
O, when we reached The city, our horses stumbling as they trode On heaps of ruin, hornless unicorns, Cracked basilisks, and splintered cockatrices, And shattered talbots, which had left the stones Raw, that they fell from, brought us to the hall.
HUMMEL A To moisten B Hornless C Kind of cotton who am I?
Among his discoveries were the largest mammalian carnivore to roam the earth (Andrewsarchus); the tallest mammalian herbivore ever discovered, a hornless rhino 12 feet taller than a giraffe (Indracotherium); and a hornless ancestor of Triceratops named after the team leader (Protoceratops andrewsi).
The phylogeny of hornless ruminants and a description of the cranium of Archaeomeryx.