Definition Of milks
an opaque white fluid rich in fat and protein, secreted by female mammals for the nourishment of their young.
Mammals feed their newborn young with milk , a substance rich in fats and protein that is produced by modified sweat glands called mammary glands.
draw milk from (a cow or other animal), either by hand or mechanically.
Wandering into a shed one evening, he found a couple dozen goats being milked by a mechanism run by a pump.
exploit or defraud (someone), typically by taking regular small amounts of money over a period of time.
he had milked his grandmother dry of all her money
Example Of milks
A female brown bear's milk is very rich in fat and calories, so the cub grows quickly.
A third of children drinking plain milk suffered from diarrhoea, compared to none of those supplemented with the probiotic.
After feeding all the animals, milking the cows and collecting the eggs, Freya walked across fields and through forest, trying to straighten her head.
And lactose is found in mother's milk, cow's milk, and the milk of other mammals that for eons has nourished the young.
And the milk is very different in composition from the milk of land mammals.