sheepo

Related to sheepo: sheepdog

sheepo

(ˈʃiːpəʊ)
n, pl sheepos
1. (Agriculture) a person employed to bring sheep to the catching pen in a shearing shed
2. (Professions) a person employed to bring sheep to the catching pen in a shearing shed
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