Definitions

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  • adj. Not milked.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ milked

Examples

  • Without an adequate labor supply, crops will go unharvested and cows unmilked, which will no doubt result in higher food prices and greater reliance on imports.

    Immigration, Agricultural Workers and Federal Law

  • An unmilked cow, its swollen udder straining like a veined balloon, bawled with its discomfort.

    Rain Gods

  • On Saturday the visiting committee were met by unfed, unmilked cattle, and 3 000 litres of soured milk.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • She felt him unbutton her shirt, and she felt her large unmilked breasts fall free of the material; and she felt him unsnap her jeans and pull them from her legs.

    Days Between Stations

  • A lost unmilked cow complains somewhere in the darkness.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • The Cow, whose Titts strutt with Milk, is unmilked till 9 O Clock.

    John Adams diary 17, 16 April - 14 June 1771

  • Both cows were obviously in pain from their swollen and unmilked udders.

    Make Mine Homogenized

  • The cows remained unmilked for that night, a thing which Aunt Lucinda said had never happened before since her recollection.

    Walter Harland Or, Memories of the Past

  • The Robecq district was remarkable for its well-stocked farms, and with the general flight of the civilians large numbers of unmilked cows, geese, goats, hens, and all manner of farmyard creatures commenced to stray across the fields and down the roads.

    The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry

  • As soon as Billy could sit in a highchair or an ordinary packing box on the floor, she kept him with her while she went about her different tasks, cooing and laughing with him as she worked, but when he needed attention she could disregard calling dishes, chickens, half-churned butter, unfinished ironing, unmilked cows or an irate husband with a placidity that was worthy of the old Greek gods.

    Dust

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