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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for weaned

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Alight of Night Dot Music: "Alight Of Night is a garage-weaned, art rock, squat-dirty masterpiece."
Lying Jim Townsend soon hear that her husband has weaned him with a club. He knows too much.
Gestation crate practice enables slowly growing or poorly performing piglets to be properly weaned. It has
Black-tailed prairie dog In Wind Cave National Park, the mean percentage of adult females that weaned a litter each year was 47% ± 14%. Reproductive success and survival may be greater in young colonies that have space for expansion. In a young colony (five years) with space for expansion, in Wind Cave National Park, 88% females were pregnant and 81% of young weaned, compared to an old colony (30 years) with no room for expansion, where 90% of females were pregnant and 41% of young were weaned.
Su Lin (giant panda, born 2005) Su Lin made her public debut in early December, 2005, and was weaned in early 2007.
Richard Chase Chase's mother weaned him off the medication and got Chase his own apartment.
Serena's Song After her 2014 filly was weaned, Serena's Song was retired from broodmare duties. She still resides at Denali stud.
Arabian leopard Cubs are weaned at the age of about three months, and remain with their mother for up to two years.
Foal It is typical for foals under human management to be weaned between four and six months of age, though under natural conditions, they may nurse for longer, occasionally until the following year when the mare foals again. A foal that has been weaned but is less than one year old is called a weanling.
Weanling A weanling is an animal that has just been weaned. The term is usually used to refer to a type of young horse, a foal that has been weaned, usually between six months and a year. Once it is a year old, the horse is referred to as a yearling.