Definition of Shepherd's crook

1. Noun. A long staff with one end being hook shaped.

Exact synonyms: Crook
Generic synonyms: Staff



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shepherd's Crook

shends
shendship
sheng
shengs
shent
shentleman
shentlemen
sheol
sheols
sheople
shep
shepard
shepard fracture
shepherd
shepherd's clock
shepherd's crook
shepherd's knot
shepherd's needle
shepherd's pie
shepherd's pies
shepherd's pipe
shepherd's pouch
shepherd's purse
shepherd dog
shepherd dogs
shepherd kings
shepherd moon
shepherde
shepherded
shepherdes

Literary usage of Shepherd's crook

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1. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Etched Work of Rembrandt Van Rhyn by Charles Henry Middleton-Wake (1878)
"A youthful head in profile is seen in the tree close by the right of the shepherd-s crook, the foliage above the hat of the shepherdess is covered with work ..."

2. Flora of the Rocky Mountains and Adjacent Plains, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming by Per Axel Rydberg (1917)
"... parts shaped like a horseshoe or shepherd s crook, crossing the Sori naked, or protected, at least at first, by the revolute or reflexed margins or nor- ..."

3. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1904)
"... on either side stands a pillar, which here assumes the shape of a shepherd s crook. On the top of the slab appears a hand, symbolizing Providence, ..."

4. A Contribution to Our Knowledge of Seedlings by John Lubbock (1892)
"... one somewhat flattened, short and broad, with rounded angles, the other elongated, hooked, and shaped like a shepherd-s crook with a thickened staff. ..."

5. A Grammar of the Bulgarian Language: With Exercises and English and by C. F. Morse (1859)
"—да е, wherever; — fio, where; who, which. Ге'га. shepherd s crook. ..."

6. A Popular Guide to Minerals by Louis Pope Gratacap (1912)
"It is said to have been found adhering to the nails of the shoes and the spike of the shepherd.s crook, when he pastures the herds. ..."

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