kine

[ UK /kˈa‍ɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. domesticated bovine animals as a group regardless of sex or age
    so many head of cattle
    seven thin and ill-favored kine
    wait till the cows come home
    a team of oxen
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How To Use kine In A Sentence

  • Pressure difference adhesion and a kinetic pectoral girdle thus allow the clingfish to exploit a food resource unavailable to many other predators.
  • The fight for Samarra was not won on completion of the kinetic phase of operations.
  • When prescribing methylphenidates for curing childhood hyperkinetic syndrome, each prescription may only provide the common dosage available for no more than 15 days.
  • Objective: To compare the impact of two different kinds of kinesiotherapy - jogging and dancing on bone metabolism and bone mineral density(BMD) in postmenopausal women.
  • Vermont, far removed from all beasts of prey -- why is it that upon the sunniest day, if you but shake a fresh buffalo robe behind him, so that he cannot even see it, but only smells its wild animal muskiness -- why will he start, snort, and with bursting eyes paw the ground in phrensies of affright? Moby Dick, or, the whale
  • The substitution of mortadella for the Vietnamese bologna/pork roll also worked, but their house-made terrine, which is nice on its own, lacked the wonderful funkiness of Vietnamese head cheese and pâté. Serious Eats: New York
  • He was the author of more than 200 articles on chemical kinetic gas-phase reactions, molecular spectroscopy, and thermo-chemistry of organic compounds.
  • Allen also captured something in Keaton which can't be described except in cliches: kookiness, wackiness, ditsiness. The Guardian World News
  • Other kinds of human communication [besides speech] are sometimes called language: body language, or kinesics, is one example.
  • Perhaps that is why so many athletes major in kinesiology, which is the science of the body and body language. The Strange Death of Liberal America
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