[ US /ˈhɛɹəfɝd/ ]
  1. hardy English breed of cattle raised extensively in United States
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How To Use Hereford In A Sentence

  • Shaun Anthony Markey fled from Woolworth's store in Hereford with a battery-operated model of the chisel-jawed character, who features in the animated film Toy Story.
  • In Somerset and Herefordshire mistletoe grows on the apple trees from which cedar is produced.
  • But the Hon Sarah Hervey-Bathurst has apparently turned her back on the splendours of Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire for a country cottage in North Yorkshire where she can be close to her father's gamekeeper.
  • Herefordshire had the slowest advertised download speeds. The Sun
  • A grand cross-bred Hereford steer secured the challenge cup for the best fat beast in the show.
  • Hereford's substitute Joe Colbeck sparkled on the right in his 20 minutes while Guillem Bauza, a Spanish stroller, rode the hurly-burly without complaint or as much effect as he might have created at a higher level. Hereford fail to see the funny side as Barnet emerge with the points
  • We raised shorthorn and Hereford, and Corriedale sheep. The Legacy of Heorot
  • Gilbert, earl of Glocester, the greatest baron of the kingdom, had espoused the king's daughter; and being elated by that alliance, and still more by his own power, which, he thought, set him above the laws, he permitted his bailiffs and vassals to commit violence on the lands of Humphrey Bohun, earl of Hereford, who retaliated the injury by like violence.
  • Come to think of it, that idyllic childhood I remember in rural Herefordshire, climbing trees and dipping for frogspawn in the village pond - was that mine or simply some clever adman's vision of a perfect England that never was?
  • Hereford, and York survive only in fragments or _torsi_; and the modern reprint of the first was formed from a combination of several imperfect originals. The Book-Collector A General Survey of the Pursuit and of those who have engaged in it at Home and Abroad from the Earliest Period to the Present Time
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