Noun(1) (2) mature female of mammals of which the male is called `bull'(3) a large unpleasant woman
Verb(1) subdue, restrain, or overcome by affecting with a feeling of awe; frighten (as with threats
(1) Do you know that stupid cow gave me a 17 out of 20 on my last quiz?(2) Another common intolerance is to dairy products, including cow 's milk, cheese, yoghurt and cream.(3) The milk a dairy cow produces is worth far more on a supermarket shelf than in the stomach of her newborn.(4) Amazingly the police man backs down, calls her a stupid cow , and walks off.(5) She's a shameless flirt and might I add, a stupid cow .(6) The last animal on his farm was a grey cow whose breed had been on the family farm for generations.(7) Opposition in Europe and elsewhere to the war was counteracted by a massive propaganda campaign to cow people into silence.(8) Don't cow me down if you don't agree, just state your point and we will agree to disagree.(9) They already have their own cow for milk, and grow their own vegetables.(10) A beef cow needs to produce enough milk to rear her calf well.(11) The change from a dairy/beef cross cow to an all beef cross reduces milk production by up to 1 gallon per day.(12) When we pass a rock where a seal cow has just had a pup, we spot them out swimming, the baby piggy-backing on its mother's back.(13) Their first ranch animal was a milk cow , and when she calved they were on their way to a herd of 120 or so.(14) A close relative of the domestic cow , Banteng have curvy horns and white ├ö├ç├┐stockings├ö├ç├û on their legs.(15) And anybody who sort of thinks that this is sending a message of seeking to cow anyone is really misreading it.(16) Finds of animal bones reveal that the ox and the cow were domesticated as were sheep and goats (kept for meat and wool).