or Red Polled
- one of a breed of red, hornless, dual-purpose cattle, raised originally in England.
Origin of Red Poll
First recorded in 1890–95
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The first time I ever see that boy,' said Poll, 'I charged him too much for a red-poll.Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit
Roderigo saw a piece of driftwood and a small bird called a red-poll.Lost Diaries
There are two varieties of this species, the Palm or Red-poll Warbler, and the yellow palm or yellow red-poll warbler.
Hither cause flocks of goldfinches, red-poll linnets, and snow buntings; and thither I went to watch them.
Unlike the snow bunting and the red-poll, however, the pine grosbeak is believed to breed sparingly in Northern New England.
- a red hornless short-haired breed of beef and dairy cattle