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- n. a dairy cow
- n. a person who, or a machine which, milks
- n. a conservative poker player who only raises the stakes on a good hand
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who milks; also, a mechanical apparatus for milking cows.
- n. A cow or other animal that gives milk.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who milks.
- n. An apparatus for milking cows mechanically.
- n. A cow or other animal that gives milk: usually with a qualifying term.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. cattle that are reared for their milk
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The cadence of an efficient milker is almost like a good, strong heartbeat.
Thought Tommy Graham (ex MP for West Renfrewshire and expenses milker par excellence) worth protecting?
If so, they would know that they could not entice a picker, shaker or milker from the unemployment lines in any city.
A hard worker who knew her way round an automatic milker.
I have several people who would like to apply for the job of milker please.
She was half Jersey, and half Holstein, a heavy milker.
According to her records she was a good milker, giving forty pounds—a little less than five gallons—of milk per day, which made her a steady, if not spectacular, producer.
Another proves to be an exceedingly balky milker, creating all sorts of frustrations.
Jean-Benoit Rault, 40, a dairyman in Normandy, had to put down his entire herd of 75 milk cows, heifers and calves after Idole, a 7-year-old milker born on the farm, tested positive for BSE in late June.
My kids are both older than age now, but I will say that I was a milker blessed with two good sleepers.