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Definition of "hollow-horned" []

  • Having permanent horns with a bony core, as cattle. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "hollow-horned" in a sentence
  • "But any other A. proposition is presumably convertible only by limitation, and this is shown by Fig. 1; where _All hollow-horned animals are ruminants_, but we can only say that _Some ruminants are hollow-horned_."
  • "The existence in South America of a fossil horse, of the mastodon, possibly of an elephant,74 and of a hollow-horned ruminant, discovered by MM."
  • "When America, and especially North America, possessed its elephants, mastodons, horse, and hollow-horned ruminants, it was much more closely related in its zoological characters to the temperate parts of Europe and Asia than it now is."
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