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Word "SHEEP" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a docile and vulnerable person who would rather follow than make an independent decision
Examples:
his students followed him like sheep

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a timid defenseless simpleton who is readily preyed upon

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
woolly usually horned ruminant mammal related to the goat

Crossword Clues for SHEEP

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Clue Source Date
The first cloned mammal New York Times 06 Jul 2021
The first cloned mammal New York Times 06 Jul 2021
Their population in New Zealand peaked at 70 million in 1982 New York Times 09 Jun 2021
Bo Peep's charges Eugene Sheffer 16 Apr 2021
See 60-Across New York Times 14 Apr 2021
Woolly ruminant The Telegraph Quick 02 Apr 2021
Farmyard animals The Telegraph Quick 27 Mar 2021
Animal in Catan pastures USA Today 21 Jan 2021
Fold occupants Wall Street Journal 10 Dec 2020
Ram or ewe The Sun Two Speed 29 Oct 2020
Farm animals slowly escape: hard to stop that The Sun Two Speed 29 Oct 2020
Animal sheared for wool LA Times Daily 19 Oct 2020
Animal sheared for wool The Washington Post 19 Oct 2020
Easily led sorts The Washington Post 20 Sep 2020
Easily led sorts LA Times Daily 20 Sep 2020
Farm flock Wall Street Journal 17 Aug 2020
Woolly quadruped Irish Times Simplex 09 Jun 2020
Woolly animals Universal 27 May 2020
Tail waggers of rhyme Newsday 07 May 2020
Ewe or lamb Newsday 05 May 2020
Blind followers New York Times 08 Apr 2020
Blind followers
Merino, e.g Universal 27 Dec 2019
Things you can count on to help you get to sleep?
Things you can count on to help you get to sleep? New York Times 29 Oct 2019
Woolly ones Thomas Joseph 25 Oct 2019
Animal in an insomniac's count New York Times 15 Oct 2019
Animal in an insomniac's count
Idiomatic followers Universal 13 Sep 2019
*Insomniacs Universal 07 Jun 2019
Bighorn, e.g Universal 06 Jun 2019
Lamb or ram Newsday 28 May 2019
Mindless adherents, figuratively Universal 22 May 2019
Docile bunch Wall Street Journal 02 Feb 2019
Docile bunch
Bighorn, e.g.
Idiomatic followers
Mindless adherents, figuratively
*Insomniacs
Farm animal The Telegraph Quick 11 Nov 2018
Flock members Thomas Joseph 16 Oct 2018
Ruminant animal The Telegraph Quick 02 Oct 2018
What insomniacs count LA Times Daily 04 Sep 2018
What insomniacs count The Washington Post 04 Sep 2018
Little bighorn Universal 29 Aug 2018
Easily led people The Times Concise 02 Aug 2018
Woolly ruminants Irish Times Simplex 21 Jul 2018
Baa-rnyard beasts? The Washington Post Sunday 27 May 2018
Woolly beasts Newsday 27 May 2018
Most of cast starts to experience pressure -- docile types? The Telegraph Cryptic 25 May 2018
A ruminant The Telegraph Quick 31 Jan 2018
Ready followers you can count on at night The Sun Two Speed 30 Jan 2018
Flock animals The Sun Two Speed 30 Jan 2018
Woolly animals The Telegraph Quick 26 Jan 2018
Female back exercises, these things counted when one retires The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Jan 2018
What insomniacs count
Little bighorn
Mutton source
What a shepherd shepherds Family Time 07 Aug 2017
Farm animals The Times Concise 10 Jul 2017
Barnyard bleaters Universal 19 Jun 2017
Easily led creatures Universal 16 Jun 2017
What Bo Peep lost LA Times Daily 06 Jun 2017
What Bo Peep lost The Washington Post 06 Jun 2017
Followers - that's what you say? Irish Times Crosaire 25 Feb 2017
What Bo Peep lost
Barnyard bleaters
Easily led creatures
Ovine creature Universal 16 Nov 2016
Animals in a pasture Family Time 06 Nov 2016
Things insomniacs count New York Times 11 Sep 2016
Docile sorts LA Times Daily 09 Sep 2016
Dorpers or Damaras Canadiana 05 Sep 2016
Border collie's charges The Washington Post 28 Aug 2016
Lambs and rams Newsday 03 Aug 2016
Animal the woman kept trimmed at both ends The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Jun 2016
Merino or Sussex Canadiana 06 Jun 2016
Mutton source Wall Street Journal 06 May 2016
Shorn animals USA Today 18 Feb 2016
Docile sorts
Things insomniacs count
Ovine creature
Shorn animals
Lost beasts of rhyme Newsday 27 Dec 2015
Little Bo-Peep's loss USA Today 25 Oct 2015
One meekly follows the woman and weeps regularly The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Sep 2015
Shaun, for one Jonesin 25 Aug 2015
Meadow grazers Universal 30 Jul 2015
Cloned Dolly USA Today 22 Jul 2015
Submissive bunch Wall Street Journal 08 May 2015
Submissive followers Newsday 19 Apr 2015
Bo-Peep's charges Eugene Sheffer 17 Feb 2015
Dolly, for one USA Today 04 Feb 2015
Submissive bunch
Dolly, for one
Wolves' prey
Easily led sorts
Meadow grazers
Border collie's charges
Little Bo-Peep's loss
Dolly, for one
Cloned Dolly
Submissive followers
Lost beasts of rhyme
Followers
Pasture animal
Conformists, figuratively
Followers
Wool wearers
Wool source
Blind followers
Border collie's flock
Docile sorts
Meek ones
Submissive ones
Blind followers
Shorn animals
Many count them with their eyes closed
Mindless followers
Rambouillets
Flock members
Congregation, metaphorically
Bo Peep's charges
What insomniacs count
Ones you can count on?
Followers
Border collie's herd
Ones who submit
They may be counted
They may be counted
Victims of a storied loser
Victims of a storied loser
Shearing candidates
Slavishly loyal followers
Border collie's charges
Blind followers
Unquestioning followers
Animal family hidden in 17-, 35- and 57-Across
Border collie's herd
Easily influenced group
Woolly beast
Animal family hidden in 17-, 35- and 57-Across
Submissive group
From what animals do we get catgut?
Submissive group
Source of wool
They're counted at night
Tractable followers
Kelpies herd them
Pen filler
Meek followers
Woolly mammal
They may be counted at night
Ovine one
Woolly mammals
Ram or lamb
Woolly animal
Mindless followers
Compliant ones
Submissives
Woolly mammals
Little Bo Peep's loss
Pasture animal
Mindless followers
What Bo Peep lost
Wool source
Mindless followers
Its coat is 100 percent wool
Ewe, e.g.
Wolf's prey
Shorn animals
Unthinking followers
Animals on Jesus' right hand, in parable
Flock members
Rams and lambs
Wool source
Minions
Flock members
Fold members
Minions
Bo Peep's loss
Wool source
Docile followers
Nocturnal animals?
Symbols of submissiveness
Bo Peep's loss
Wool source
Followers
Bighorn, for one
Merino or Karakul
Fold members
Submissive group
Mutton source
Bighorn
Babe the pig's flock
Bighorn, for one
Bighorn, for one
Its coat is 100% wool
Wool wearers
They may be counted
Shelties' charges
Merinos
Wooly creatures
Meadow grazers
Certain dog's charges
Mutton source
Cotswold
Animals in 7 Down
Followers
The lumpenproletariat, in metaphor
Woolly mammals
Wool-ites?
Meek types
Border collie's herd
Rams and lambs
Meadow foragers
Wool-coat owners
Submissive gmup
Dolly, for one
Dolly's clone
Docile followers
Symbols of submissiveness
Bo Peep's charges
They might be counted at night
Bo-Peep's charges
Mindless followers
Fold members
Conformists
Cotswold
Meek ones
Ewes
Rambouillets
Merino, for one
Argali
Merinos or Romneys
Cotswold, for one
Aoudad, for one
Hampshire Downs
Cheviot or Romney
Jaywalkers, to cabbies
Runner in a children's game
Whence wool comes
Cheviot and Romney
Romney Marsh
Farm animals
Insomniac's countdown
Subject of certain count down
Timid ones.
Muttons.
Meadow denizens.
Cheviot.
Meek ones.
Bighorn.
Livestock.
Merino.
Follow-the-leader ones.
Wool carrier.
Docile followers.
Merinos.
Ruminant animal.
Merino, Cheviot, et al.
Karakul.
Nursery strays.
Wool growers.
Black ___.
Timid creature.
Stupid people.
Australia's chief industry.
Mindless followers
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