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  • adjective Not herded.


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un- +‎ herded


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  • We talk during movies and let our unruly kids run wild and unherded.

    Lionel: Olfactory Terror at 36K Feet 2010

  • It is my opinion, after experience of both conditions, that unherded sheep do much better than those which are closely looked after.

    A Tramp's Notebook Morley Roberts 1899

  • We met no man, but once or twice we saw groups of cattle wandering unherded, and this astonished us, giving us hope, for it was not the custom of a victorious impi to leave the cattle of its enemy behind it, though if the people of the Umpondwana had conquered, it was strange that we should see no herds with the beasts.

    Swallow: a tale of the great trek Henry Rider Haggard 1890


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