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shepherd in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshepherdshep‧herd1 /ˈʃepəd $ -ərd/ noun [countable]  BOTAsomeone whose job is to take care of sheep
Examples from the Corpus
shepherdThe second ad in the series actually equips our shepherd with a surfboard.It must be for Miss Everdene's shepherd.Naturally the shepherds who had brought their flocks across must know the safest route.Either we become regarded as gratuitously destructive iconoclasts, or the shepherd himself becomes suspect for having withheld information.He told the shepherd to tell his own people that he would use these weapons to regain the Holy Sepulchre.Maurine was the shepherd in our house.George pushed his way through the throng, looking for the spot where the shepherds were gathered.The shepherd followed her instructions and discovered April, changed back from a flower.