kine kine


  • (n) domesticated bovine animals as a group regardless of sex or age



  1. Hundreds scurried to the safety of high hills, driving kin and kine before them.
  2. The Nation's milk, product of patient kine, beverage of babies, churned up in violence.
  3. He gazed with placid satisfaction out of his car window at the Argentine's horizon-filling wheat ranches and pampas, at her myriad herds of kine and mutton.


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  1. Nichols, 50, said in the letter that he wanted to speak out because "I felt the record should be set straight," the Times reported. "Moore provided McVeigh with the binary explosives known as KINE-STIK (aka-KINE-PAK) which consist of 2...
    on May 4, 2005 By: Terry Nichols Source: San Diego Union Tribune

  2. The voice Walker establishes for Celie is both insightful and limited, unsentimental and direct, and, controversially when it was published, 25 years ago this Thursday, is written in what Walker calls "folk speech": "He never had a kine word to say...
    on Jun 22, 2007 By: Alice Walker Source:

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