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Calves gone to Grass (His)

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Said of a spindle-legged man. And another mocking taunt is, “Veal will be dear, because there are no calves.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Callirrhoe
Calomel
Caloyers
Calpe
Calumet [the peace - pipe]
Calvary [bare skull], Golgotha [skull]
Calvary Clover
Calvary Cross (A)
Calvert’s Entire
Calves
Calves gone to Grass (His)
Calves Head
Calves Head Club
Calvinism
Calydon
Calyp so
Calypso’s Isle
Cam and Isis
Cama
Camacho
Camal dolites