wether

[ UK /wˈɛðɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. male sheep especially a castrated one
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How To Use wether In A Sentence

  • Though he has been on scholarship for the past two seasons, Mr. Merriewether, who wasn't recruited, says he's offended by the term walk-on and has done everything he can to welcome the nonscholarship players into the team's rituals. Who Invited All the Walk-Ons?
  • Sanitation work of the entire region into bellwether.
  • For decades the company was the bellwether of the British economy.
  • The wether is a sort of sheep with worms in its head. Archive 2008-08-01
  • We then went on to discuss wether photocopying pages of crochet books was a sin, and would she go to hell for it?
  • Intel's share price has been gaining steadily and from a US economic perspective it will be seen as a bellwether as far as indicting the state of the high technology sector.
  • If voters pass it, California - a bellwether state for criminal justice trends - will have among the country's most sweeping DNA sampling policies.
  • A Suffolk University survey taken Saturday and Sunday showed Brown with double-digit leads in three communities the poll identified as bellwethers: Gardner, Fitchburg and Peabody. CourierPostOnline.com - News
  • So a bellwether is the head ram with a bell hung around its neck.
  • It capped a memorable first season in charge for Wetheriggs manager Andrew Ridley, his assistant Bob Norman and coach Paul Renwick.
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