Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of shepherd.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shepherd.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He escaped unchallenged from the Egyptian camp and, as he entered the wilderness, he heard the shout with which he called his shepherds in the pastures.

    Joshua — Complete

  • He escaped unchallenged from the Egyptian camp and, as he entered the wilderness, he heard the shout with which he called his shepherds in the pastures.

    Joshua — Volume 4

  • He escaped unchallenged from the Egyptian camp and, as he entered the wilderness, he heard the shout with which he called his shepherds in the pastures.

    Joshua — Volume 4

  • He escaped unchallenged from the Egyptian camp and, as he entered the wilderness, he heard the shout with which he called his shepherds in the pastures.

    Joshua — Volume 4

  • He escaped unchallenged from the Egyptian camp and, as he entered the wilderness, he heard the shout with which he called his shepherds in the pastures.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works

  • Has she managed to avoid the hip problems common in shepherds?

    Animal Shelter Update: Big Temptations Removed (thank goodness!)

  • The sacred ties of true friendship are most easily formed under a humble roof and in shepherds 'huts rather than in kings' palaces.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • The sacred ties of true friendship are most easily formed under a humble roof and in shepherds 'huts rather than in kings' palaces.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • The sacred ties of true friendship are most easily formed under a humble roof and in shepherds 'huts rather than in kings' palaces.

    cabane - French Word-A-Day

  • And so, writers began to look out of the window more frequently; when writing a pastoral they turned away from the little porcelain shepherds and shepherdesses, standing in high-heeled shoes and powdered wigs upon every mantel-piece, and they fixed their eyes upon the real living Roger and Dolly in the hay-field.

    Rural Hours

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