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Definition of "goats" []

  • Any sure-footed agile bovid mammal of the genus Capra, naturally inhabiting rough stony ground in Europe, Asia, and N Africa, typically having a brown-grey colouring and a beard. Domesticated varieties (C. hircus) are reared for milk, meat, and wool (noun)
  • A lecherous man (noun)
  • A bad or inferior member of any group (esp in the phrase separate the sheep from the goats) (noun)
  • Plural form of goat. (noun)

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Use "goats" in a sentence
  • "As far as mountain goats, the prime difference is that you usually have to walk down in a canyon to retrieve them and you should can use a 100 grain or 117 grain bullet because they don't run 70 mph."
  • "For mountain goats, if you're serious, you'll be above the grizzlies."
  • "Another fun gun for speed goats is my Marlin Model 336 3030."