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- adj. Having udders.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having an udder or udders.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having an udder or udders: as, “the udder'd cow,”
Then again, I have implied that insects breed flowers for high nectar yield, like dairymen breeding massively uddered Friesians.
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Full-uddered cows were browsing at the spot where that verdict
There was no kitchen maid to be found; of the nine cows, it appeared from the words of the cowherd-woman that some were about to calve, others had just calved, others were old, and others again hard-uddered; there was not butter nor milk enough even for the children.
The promise of better fare, however, was there with the half-dozen hens foraging along the tide - mark, and the heavy-uddered she-goat tethered on the salt grass.
But Rastus Dabb, her sweetheart, was as cloddish and unimaginative as the heavy-uddered cows, with their great fleshy dewlaps, of which he was prouder than he was of anything else in his world.
Then, having satisfactorily anatomized McKinstry, he turned to the evening again with open senses, the sensitive pulsing of his wide nostrils telling that even the milky scent of the full-uddered cows gave him keen enjoyment.
Asters glistened with dew about the doorstep, a straw-filled kennel for the great hound stood close by, the cocks welcomed in the day from behind a trim green hedge, and slowly across the back-stretching meadow came home a file of sleek, heavy-uddered cattle.
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