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Jan 17, 2024

[Answer] 6. A sheep is a domesticated animal that has a specific type of hair called wool. What is meant if someone is described as being sheeplike?

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...1. They look fluffy. 2. They are easily offended. 3. They are stubborn and slow to follow instruction. 4. They are meek or timid. Sheep are known for being easily led and for liking to stick together with other sheep. They are often preyed upon by other animals. "Emmy's big brown eyes and sheeplike grin belied her sneaky plans to take extra cookies to school in her lunchbox."




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They are meek or timid.:


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