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- n. Plural form of moo.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of moo.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An old form of moose.
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Punctuated by moos from the adjacent barn, Ehrlich's talk focused on the themes that many farmers there wanted to hear: that state regulations had become punitive in the O'Malley administration, that the state government's hunger for revenue had overtaxed farmers and other small businesses, and that no one in Annapolis was standing up to the regulatory and confiscatory excesses coming from the Obama administration.
I just find the concept that at some point, hundreds of thousands of years ago, one cow out of a herd simply turned around and walked toward the seashore, ignoring the laughs (err ... "moos," I suppose) of its herd-mates.
But the sold-out crowd at the Governor's Residence showed its appreciation of its local sponsors with "moos," "clucks" and "baas."
And heaven's messenger drives a cart attached to a bike which 'moos' like a cow.
Our lid "moos" when it closes ... not a loud moo, but a long, sustained moo that doesn't stop until the lid is shut.
One needn't be a cynic to suspect that Mr. Wenner is posthumously milking his prized cow's legacy until it moos.
There is an animated cow who moos and a steaming pile of animated cow poop in this ad.
The fun way to learn French mousse (moos) noun, feminine
Here, instead of flowers, a plastic cow noisemaker—turn it over and it moos—tops the tables, and a meal ends with diners popping big, brightly colored circus balloons to release the white chocolate and pepper candy inside.
'Pierre,' her spik wit me; 'Pierre, you moos' find thees mans, and I gif you mooch -- one thousand dollar you find thees mans. '
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