Definition of Milkshed

1. a region supplying milk to a particular community [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Milkshed

milkless
milklike
milkmaid
milkmaids
milkman
milkmen
milko
milkos
milkpan
milkpans
milkpox
milks
milkshakelike
milkshakes
milkshed (current term)
milksheds
milksop
milksoppy
milksops
milkvetch
milkvetches
milkwagon
milkweed
milkweed bug
milkweed bugs
milkweed family
milkweeds
milkwhite

Literary usage of Milkshed

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1. Proceedings [of The] Convention (1904)
"... and to attack the bona fide farmers' organization, the Farmers' Union of the New York milkshed; therefore be it "RESOLVED, That this body here assembled ..."

2. The Last Witness from a Dirt Road by Bill Hunt (2005)
"I started trotting to the back gate, heading to the milkshed. ... I kicked some dirt at him and started running out of the milkshed toward the house. ..."

3. Precis of the Archives of the Cape of Good Hope by Jan van Riebeeck (1896)
"... that thereupon the latter called Titus and Boer from the milkshed, and having an ill feeling against Titus, seized him, threatened him with a rope and ..."

4. The Best Psychic Stories edited by Joseph Lewis French (1920)
"When Neil reached the end of the milkshed he saw Maisie Macdonald there, waiting. '' These were ill sayings of yours, Neil Boss,'' she said in a low voice, ..."

5. Journal of the Sanitary Institute by Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) (1907)
"... attended and milked by clean and healthy attendants; that the milk is removed as quickly as possible from the cowshed or milkshed to a ..."

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