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- n. A disease in cattle consisting of inflammation of the stomach by gas, usually caused by eating too much green food.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A disease in cattle consisting in inflammation of the stomach by gas, ordinarily caused by eating too much green food; tympany; bloating.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as hove.
- n. A disease of cattle in which the stomach is inflated with gas, caused generally by eating too much green food. Also hove.
If you can find your arrow and line it up with the hair and hoove prints you can have an educated guess on where the arrow hit.
Also most deer leave hoove prints in the dirt after being shot.
I feel that Pan has, for better or for worse, made his parting gesture, and it would be-hoove me to do the same.
Along the way we meet Moist, who can make things slightly damp, and Bad Horse, "Who rules the league with an Iron hoove."
He remembered that during the previous month his janitor, to whom he had delivered a rather muddled lecture on the "brother-hoove man," had come up next day and, on the basis of what had happened the night before, seated himself in the window seat for a cordial and chatty half-hour.
Choking is utterly impossible, and I have only had one case of hoove in three years, and that occurred when the mixture had not fermented.
When cattle are supplied with cut grass, or clover, care should be taken not to give it to them when very wet, for otherwise there is danger of the excessively moist herbage producing the _hoove_.
In my opinion, if I'm reading all this correctly, pork chops come from pigs injected with steroids to build up their already plump butts to get more pork on the hoove.
“brother-hoove man,” had come up next day and, on the basis of what had happened the night before, seated himself in the window seat for a cordial and chatty half-hour.
I’d rather have a deer hoove (not a word) me all morning long than sweat the way I’m sweating currently.
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