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Have young   /hæv jəŋ/   Listen
Have young

verb
1.
Birth.  Synonym: calve.






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"Have young" Quotes from Famous Books



... fortunate enough to be master, I shall say that for once in his life Howard Crompton was in luck. I want you to come here, Jack, when you have finished visiting your sister. I asked my uncle if I could invite you, and he said, 'Certainly; I like to have young people in the house. ...
— The Cromptons • Mary J. Holmes

... not worth our while, and scarcely worth Jasper Kebby's even; all the land being cropped (as one might say) with desolation. And nearly all our knowledge of it sprang from the unaccountable tricks of cows who have young calves with them; at which time they have wild desire to get away from the sight of man, and keep calf and milk for one another, although it be in a barren land. At least, our cows have gotten this trick, and I have heard other ...
— Lorna Doone - A Romance of Exmoor • R. D. Blackmore

... is to have young eyes," he said. "Not only can I see that it is a rock, but I can make out that there are ...
— The Thrall of Leif the Lucky • Ottilie A. Liljencrantz



Words linked to "Have young" :   give birth, calve, deliver, have, bear, birth



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