wild sheep

NOUN
  1. undomesticated sheep
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  • The area once rich with red sanders, sandalwood and teak trees, deer, boars, wild sheep and tigers, was widely plundered before it was declared a reserve forest.
  • Descended from a wild sheep called the mouflon, it quickly spread westward to Cyprus, Rhodes and Western Europe. A Guide to Mexican Butcher Shops Part II: Pork and Lamb
  • However, two days 'soft sawdering with a plentiful supply of hill "buckshee," (spirits,) made them more communicative; and they at last informed me, if I would promise only to remain a week, they would show me the wild sheep. Forest & Frontiers
  • The following day, after finding an unmapped spring where we are able to water the camels, we cross a mountain pass into yet another seemingly endless plain, where we see more wild camels, wild sheep, and kiangs.
  • The only wild sheep from their native land in Africa, the aoudad stands about 40 inches at the shoulder.
  • Among the biggest fans of aoudads are serious sheep hunters who travel the world to hunt wild sheep, Steinkruger says.
  • The area once rich with red sanders, sandalwood and teak trees, deer, boars, wild sheep and tigers, was widely plundered before it was declared a reserve forest.
  • “They were called Sheepeaters for the obvious reason that wild sheep were the mainstay of their diet, but they were more commonly known as the Shoshone Indians.” Ride the Thunder
  • The following day, after finding an unmapped spring where we are able to water the camels, we cross a mountain pass into yet another seemingly endless plain, where we see more wild camels, wild sheep, and kiangs.
  • It is hard for most people to realize that a wild sheep that looks outwardly calm may be a bundle of anxieties inside.
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