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baa-lamb

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Definition of baa-lamb in English:

noun

A child’s name for a lamb.
Example sentences
  • ‘Vegetarians’ who eat fish are demi-vegetarians, i.e., they won't eat moo-cows or baa-lambs but they eat fish because there weren't any nice nursery rhymes about fish.
  • He would be able to fit right in with all the other chaps admiring prams and nursery mobiles with the duckies and baa-lambs in the metrosexual male department at Myers.
  • I only regret that I forgot to take my camera so you urban-dwellers could see the cruelty that they would like little baa-lambs to suffer.

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