She ran to the farmer and exclaimed: “The cow is bewitched!
The angry cow lowered her head, and lifting Fred upon her horns tossed him so high that he only stopped when he reached the moon.
A herd of cattle can stand against a pack of wolves, but a cow alone is doomed.
You describe to me one Durham cow and you picture all Durham cows.
When a le Poer or a Butler married a daughter he exacted a sheep from every flock, and a cow from every village.
The cow had been bitten in the teats, which were enormously swollen; the œdema extended over the whole of the belly and inner face of the thighs.
The head and tongue of the cow were swollen, there was foam on the mouth, and the animal had difficulty in breathing.
The cow walked painfully along under the charge of Jack, to whom the captain had committed her, while he himself rode forward in his old capacity of vedette.
The buffalo scattered, and I soon lost sight of most of them as they scuttled away through the sandy chasms; a bull and a cow alone kept in view.
Now and then he would select such a cow as suited him, level his rifle, and shoot her dead; then quietly reloading, he would resume his former position.
I noticed my host Kongra-Tonga beyond the stream, just alighting by the side of a cow which he had killed.
They were so wild that we hunted all the morning in vain, but at noon as we approached Cow Creek we saw a large band feeding near its margin.
The cow therefore resumed her place in our procession.
At length they resorted to milder measures, and the cow was driven along with the party.
At Cow Creek we found the very welcome novelty of ripe grapes and plums, which grew there in abundance.
The cowtrotted before him, but exhibited evident signs of an intention to run off again, and the captain was roaring to us to head her.
In a few favoured instances, there appeared behind the cottages a miserable wigwam, compiled of earth, loose stones, and turf, where the wealthy might perhaps shelter a starved cow or sorely galled horse.
No; he that steals a cow from a poor widow, or a stirk from a cotter, is a thief; he that lifts a drove from a Sassenach laird is a gentleman-drover.
When the cuckoo comes to the bare thorn, Sell your cow and buy your corn, But when she comes to a full bit, Sell your corn, and buy your sheep.
But Berthold manages in the simplest way; he lays himself under the belly of the cow and drinks his breakfast directly from the udder.
A browncow stood there chewing my mountain nosegay.
She came up from the stall of the gentle Jersey cow just when I was through singing "Hosanna in excelsis.
We did not have goes far, for the gentle Jersey cow had sees of our coming and she came to meet us.
And after times and before times I do sing the spelling of the words to the gentle Jersey cow while I do ride her to pasture.
When I did say good-bye to Elsie and the charmante baby, I did go to the barn where is the gentle Jersey cow and the baby calf that does match her.
To the gentle Jersey cow they did bring a baby calf, with creamness and brownness upon it like the creamness and brownness that is upon the gentle Jersey cow.
He laughed at the cow and opened his bundle and took out some bread that he had brought, and some gingerbread, and he ate them.
Sol was wakened by the snuffling noise that a cow makes when it is eating the grass and by the sound of the grass being bitten off.
And he started up, thinking of the farm at home, and there was a cow almost near enough to touch.
The skin of a white buffalo cow is an important article, and an eminent medicine in the opinion of the Mandans and Manitaries.
They carry, as their badge, a wooden club, the breadth of a hand, with hoofs of the buffalo cow hanging to the handle.
The white hide of a young cow suffices for all the daughters of a family.
The skin of a young white buffalo cow is likewise highly valued by them.
This island no longer exists; it was belowCow Creek, in the present Chouteau County, Montana.
His face is painted red, and on the small of the back he binds a piece of wood, to which the tail of a buffalo cow is fastened.
The antelopes and the mountain sheep, especially the latter, furnish them with leather for their finer articles of dress; but the skins of the buffalo cow are indispensable for their large robes, tents, and for barter with the Whites.
The white hide of a bull or of an old cow is by no means so valuable.
This is now Cow Creek, draining the western borders of Little Rocky Mountains, and entering the Missouri from the north.
I couldn't see any cow anywhere, but I still heard her.
I still had the milking-stool in my hand, but the cow no longer troubled me.
Whether it were the oracular cow or some other one, it did not seem reasonable that she should travel a great way farther.
But still the brindled cow trudged on, whisking her tail to keep the flies away, and taking as little notice of Cadmus as she well could.
It seemed as if Philemon's only cow must have pastured, that day, on the richest herbage that could be found anywhere in the world.
And when these words had been repeated until Cadmus was tired of hearing them (especially as he could not imagine what cow it was, or why he was to follow her), the gusty hole gave vent to another sentence.
Where the stray cow lies down, there is your home.
But still, whether he liked the place or no, the brindled cow never offered to lie down.
Then, too, even if he had been on the North Fork, so were dozens of other cow punchers.
Weston rode sitting straight, unlike the usual careless forward droop of the cow puncher.
He wanted more information on the subject of that cattle round-up and of the process of getting those three guiltycow punchers.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "cow" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.