Definition of Bovines

1. Noun. (plural of bovine) ¹

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Definition of Bovines

1. bovine [n] - See also: bovine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bovines

bovine serum albumin
bovine somatotropin
bovine sporadic encephalomyelitis
bovine trichomoniasis
bovine ulcerative mammillitis
bovine vaccinia mammillitis
bovine viral diarrhea
bovine viral diarrhoea
bovine virus diarrhoea
bovine virus diarrhoea-mucosal disease
bovine virus diarrhoea virus
bovines (current term)
bovver boots

Literary usage of Bovines

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1. The History of Civilization: From the Fall of the Roman Empire to the French by Guizot (François), F. Guizot, William Hazlitt (1856)
"... reign on the mind of the people—Royalty becomes national—Manifestation of this result after the battle of bovines, and at the coronation of Louis VIII. ..."

2. British Mammals: An Attempt to Describe and Illustrate the Mammalian Fauna by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1903)
"ARTIODACTYLA : THE bovines FAMILY: ... the Ovi-bovines (represented at the present day only by the Musk Ox); the True Oxen ; and the Sheep and Goats. ..."

3. The Cancer Problem by William Seaman Bainbridge (1914)
"bovines In the bovines, cancer is common in the liver, stomach, and adrenal, according to the figures of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund. ..."

4. The History of France by Eyre Evans Crowe (1858)
"Nothing could be more complete than the victory of bovines. The German Emperor was definitively ... bovines."

5. The history of chivalry, or Knighthood and its times by Charles Mills (1825)
"... Gallantry Martial Exercises Horsemanship Importance of Squires in the Battle Field Particularly at the Battle of bovines Preparations for Knighthood The ..."

6. The Feeding of Animals by Whitman Howard Jordan (1901)
"MAINTENANCE FOOD FOB bovines Experiments having for their object a determination of the daily quantity of nutrients necessary to simply maintain animals of ..."

7. The Tin Trumpet, Or Heads and Tales, for the Wise and Waggish: To which are by Horace Smith (1836)
"... which came to such a height, that when the Count was taken prisoner at the battle of bovines, she suffered him to remain a long time in prison, ..."

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