As adaptable as squirrels, deer will jump fences, trample
flowers, and even enter your house--all in search of a good meal.
2 : to crush under the feet <Don't trample
A DISTRAUGHT ten-year-old told today of the horrifying moment she saw a horse trample
If this were only due to America trampling the rights of other nations by selfishly projecting its power, there would be an obvious antidote: trample
Elephants don't intentionally trample
coffee plants, but they don't really sidestep them either," laughs Dub Hay, Starbucks senior vice president of Coffee.
They then had water buffalo and goats trample
Every month, loggers trample
into Indonesia's rain forests and cut down acres of hardwood trees.
Now they're uncritical supporters of anticommunist jungle fighters who trample
on human rights.
Might (green), who can trample
through defending forces and
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has washed his hands of this matter, letting the council trample
on the public interest and presumably pay the consequences at the ballot box and in the loss of public esteem.
Babcock officers and directors continue to act as though they are above the law and can trample
on shareholder rights.
Though this irreverent deconstruction of England's most noted playwright may trample
some pretensions, any authentic love of the Bard, according to producer Mark Branner, ``will escape unscathed'' in this anything-for-a-laugh romp.
If bullocks or cows with young feel threatened by dogs they could charge and trample
both pet and owner.
Responding to the words of the prophet Ezekiel (34:18): "Is it not enough for you to graze on choice pasture, but you must also trample
with your feet what is left from your grazing?
Proponents of the new legislative proposal are taking a cynical gamble that Congress' need to secure funds to balance the FY2000 federal budget is so great that Members are willing to trample
NextWave's property rights.