A person who tends sheep, especially a grazing flock.
*:It was April 22, 1831, and a young man was walking down Whitehall in the direction of Parliament Street. He wore shepherd' s plaid trousers and the swallow-tail coat of the day, with a figured muslin cravat wound about his wide-spread collar.
(lb) Someone who watches over]], [[look after, looks after, or guides somebody.
*1769 , Oxford Standard text, , 23, i,
*:The LORD is my shepherd ; I shall not want.
(lb) The pastor of a church; one who guides others in religion.
* archshepherd, Archshepherd (Koine Greek: 5:4)
* chief shepherd, Chief Shepherd
* shepherd's crook
* shepherd's pie
* herding dog
* herd instinct
* herd's grass
* Herdsman (the constellation )
To watch over; to guide
(Australian rules football) For a player to obstruct an opponent from getting to the ball, either when a teammate has it or is going for it, or if the ball is about to bounce through the goal or out of bounds.
An animal that grazes.
A television viewer with a short attention span who switches between channels regularly.
* 2004 , Stanley D. Brunn, Susan L. Cutter, J. W. Harrington Jr., Geography and Technology (page 330)
- Grazers have a lower level of involvement and view only when "something is happening."