[ US /ˈɫæm/ ]
[ UK /lˈæm/ ]
  1. give birth to a lamb
    the ewe lambed
  1. a person easily deceived or cheated (especially in financial matters)
  2. the flesh of a young domestic sheep eaten as food
  3. a sweet innocent mild-mannered person (especially a child)
  4. young sheep
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How To Use lamb In A Sentence

  • Moreover, it is expressly added that if the day before the Passover falls on a Sabbath, one may in this manner purchase a Paschal lamb, and, presumably, all else that is needful for the feast.
  • As in most reported cases of CDS + B-CLL cells, our patient showed only lambda light chains on the surface of B cells.
  • Lambert isn't against atonalism, and admires Berg a great deal, but he's against any sort of dogmatism, and the atonalists had become dogmatic even by then.
  • And in a way I want to make my language as mimetic as possible, as sensual as possible, so that you can feel the treetops, taste the lamb chump chops, and hear the wind and the sound of the surf beating on the beach.
  • And the 21m he banked off the course is certain to rocket as new sponsors clamber on board the gravy train. The Sun
  • He's a committed vegetarian who occasionally gives in to cravings for lamb.
  • Here and there a mother turned her head to call back anxiously for the bleating lambkin lost behind the white curtain; and, dim and grotesque, the awkward strayling would come gamboling into sight. Virginia: the Old Dominion
  • There were new born lambs frolicking in the fields nearby.
  • Was there ever such a man?" said Mr. Mordacks to himself, as he rode back to Flamborough against the bitter wind, after "fettling" the affairs of the poor Carroways, as well as might be for the present. Mary Anerley : a Yorkshire Tale
  • One of my hobbies is lampworking, and an old sock stuffed with lambswool and then covered in a fire-retardant sleeve works well for cushioning my elbows when I work!! Turn Old Socks Into Foot Odour Killers | Lifehacker Australia
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