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Livestock   /lˈaɪvstˌɑk/   Listen
Livestock

noun
1.
Any animals kept for use or profit.  Synonyms: farm animal, stock.






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"Livestock" Quotes from Famous Books



... a large farm-house on the outskirts of the town. It was a farm without any livestock, for there is no grass whatever in that part of France, and consequently no pasture for cattle or sheep. Every one in Nyons kept goats for milk, and, quaintly enough, they fed them on the dried mulberry leaves the silkworms had left over. For every one reared silkworms ...
— The Days Before Yesterday • Lord Frederick Hamilton

... knows anything of the game will ask me to describe this journey, or to tell him just where he should stop because of the dead 'uns of five hundred years ago, or where he should hurry on because of the livestock of to-day. I had a fine car under me, a pretty woman in the tonneau, a May-day to put life into me, and a road so fine that a man might dream of it in his sleep. And if that's not what the schoolmaster calls Eldorado, then I'll send him a halfpenny card ...
— The Man Who Drove the Car • Max Pemberton



Words linked to "Livestock" :   eutherian, eutherian mammal, placental mammal, carry, placental



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