farrow

Part of speech: verb

To give birth to; bring forth young; said of swine.

Part of speech: noun

A little pig, or a litter of pigs.

Part of speech: adjective

Not producing young during a given year, as a cow.

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Usage examples "farrow":

  1. Farrow had lost his sight at eleven years old in consequence of a gun accident. - "Elizabeth Gilbert and Her Work for the Blind", Frances Martin.
  2. His eyes went beyond her to where Farrow stood. - "The Beggar Man", Ruby Mildred Ayres.
  3. Among the Representatives chosen were: from Alabama, Cullen A. Battle, a Confederate general, and T. J. Foster, a Representative in the rebel Congress; from Georgia, Philip Cook and W. T. Wofford, generals in the Confederate army; from Mississippi, A. E. Reynolds and R. A. Pinson, rebel colonels, and J. T. Harrison, in rebel provisional Congress; from North Carolina, Josiah Turner was a rebel colonel, and a member of the rebel Congress, and T. C. Fuller a rebel Congressman; from South Carolina, J. D. Kennedy was a colonel, and Samuel McGowan a general in the rebel army, and James Farrow, a rebel Congressman. - "The Struggle between President Johnson and Congress over Reconstruction", Charles Ernest Chadsey.