The rest of the herd were contentedly chewing their cuds in the moonlight, grunting and blowing over contented stomachs.
The camels were at rest, some chewing their cuds, others asleep, their necks stretched full length upon the warm earth.
The cows were already lying down in a grove of trees and were sleepily chewing their cuds.
On a narrow beach beneath, a group of cows were chewing their cuds in an atmosphere of refreshing coolness.
They, if they have been well grazed and watered, will soon all be lying resting, chewing their cuds and at peace with the world.
The docile, uncouth, buff-colored beasts were soberly chewing their cuds, and resting after their long and weary journey.
Rich with the flavor of cuds of green herbs chewed into creamy milk that makes tasty curds.
They were more than likely to stand and chew their cuds and look out upon the world with vacant stares and say nothing.
Who can give any cuds to a fellow, who starts with a heap of money round his neck?
While he told them what the bays had said to him they chewed their cuds and listened with a dreamy look in their great, mild eyes.
Old English cudu "cud," earlier cwudu, common Germanic (cf. Old Norse kvaða "resin," Old High German quiti "glue," German Kitt "putty"); perhaps from PIE root *gwet- "resin, gum."