sacred cow

NOUN
  1. a person unreasonably held to be immune to criticism
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How To Use sacred cow In A Sentence

  • What are its core functions and ‘sacred cows’, and what are formalities and protocols that are of secondary import?
  • Although even those sacred cows have had their hay ration reduced in the last few years.
  • It'seems from your correspondence column that Harold Wilson is a sacred cow.
  • It'seems from your correspondence column that Harold Wilson is a sacred cow.
  • This has become her sacred cow - nothing can change her schedule rain or shine.
  • They did not dare to challenge the sacred cow of parliamentary democracy.
  • Poking fun at the crumbling edifice of Afrikaner culture, subverting the images, distorting the holy icons and braaing the sacred cows, bitterkomix creators Joe Dog and Conrad Botes do what they do best - make comics.
  • Many will be offended by what's in this book; Klassnik doesn't just gore sacred cows, he disembowels them and devours their entrails. Seth Abramson: February 2012 Contemporary Poetry Reviews
  • Or are you a loser who hates those that have ever accomplished anything and feed off the culture of hate and envy that your sacred cows you call real news crams into your head. Think Progress » Poll: Tea partiers afraid of ‘big government’ want the government to create jobs and rein in Wall Street.
  • Let's not make a sacred cow of the monarchy.
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