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I am finding it rather difficult to precisely put into words a sentence that roughly means "The cow is prone to using its horns" or "It is the cow's habit to thrust its horns at others every now and then.

What is a more precise way to express this?

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“The cow tends to use its horns” may suffice.

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  • To do what? Dig the ground, perhaps? Nah! – user120390 Aug 17 '20 at 7:24
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Are you looking for a phrase like "You mess with the bull, you get the horns"? It's a proverb meaning that if you provoke someone, expect their wrath.