The first milk secreted by a mammal, especially a cow, after parturition; colostrum.(noun-plural)
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Use "beestings" in a sentence
"Cormo's face and chest were badly swollen with a mass of beestings, and the Centaur was covered in half-dried black mud besides."
"And the little old women with bandanas on their heads, who cooked for the soldiers, they outdid themselves: black widow spider meat stewed in horse piss and garlic; beestings on a biscuit, dipped in donkey dung and stuffed in red peppers."
"So I put him in the cow-house (not to frighten the little maid), and the folding shutters over him, such as we used at the beestings; and he listened to my voice outside, and held on, and preserved himself."