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- v. Present participle of low.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The calling sound made by cows and other bovine animals.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The ordinary bellowing cry of cattle.
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It is a kind of lowing, but shriller, and not near so loud as that of the European Ox. To this, however, the Gayal approaches much nearer than it does to the Buffalo. "
Guan Ⅳ couple had been killed that took the V. Family to one disaster after another more, there was standing on overlord position of Double Star, hence stepped into long long time lowing age, the quiet surface of lake bit by bit translate hidden surges.
Going out for a walk in the middle of the day can be very helpful in lowing cortisol levels and helping you feel energized.
These may be the sounds of the shires, as reassuring to many English as Gray's curfew tolling the knell of parting day or his lowing herd winding slowly o'er the lea.
I understood that there were animals around, even when I did not know what it meant when the song said, "The cattle are lowing; the poor baby wakes..."
They weren't too far from the farm; he could hear the somber lowing of the cows just over the next stretch of road.
You will be so drained of spirit, so lulled into lethargy, as to be as lowing cattle content to chew your cuds even as the blade slices through your necks.
Clearly she saw the long wagon-train, the lean, gaunt men who walked before, the youths goading the lowing oxen that fell and were goaded to their feet to fall again.