Tees"wa`ter\, n. [From the river Tees, northern England.]

1. A breed of cattle formerly bred in England, but supposed to have originated in Holland and to have been the principal stock from which the shorthorns were derived.

2. An old English breed of sheep allied to the Leicester.
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