A young cow, especially one that has not yet given birth to a calf.(noun)
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Use "heifer" in a sentence
"These men drilled a long time on what they called a heifer dance -- a beautiful spectacular, and highly moral and instructive quadruped clog, sirloin shuffle, and cow gallop, to the music of a piano-forte."
"The Holstein heifer has one neck and two ears – but also four eyes, two noses and two mouths."
"'What do you call a heifer in a number-seven football jersey carrying an M-16 assault rifle?' he asked the assembly, pitching a gag he'd heard on Off The Ball."