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Definition of "beef cattle" [beef cattle]

  • Cattle that are reared for their meat (noun)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "beef cattle" in a sentence
  • "Plus we have beef cattle for food, and the old wethers and ewes go for hides, glue, tallow, lanolin — all war staples."
  • "Even youths had risen up and peppered his back with birdshot, and beef cattle had trod him underfoot and smashed his rifle."
  • "Having brought with me over the mountains a few head of beef cattle for the hungry Indians, without thinking of running any great personal risk I had six beeves killed some little distance from my camp, guarding the meat with four Soldiers, whom I was obliged to post as sentinels around the small area on which the carcasses lay."
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