paddock


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paddock

a fenced field or enclosure.

joining paddock
used for mating.
References in classic literature ?
But it appeared that as the paddock had not been used during the winter, the hurdles made in the autumn for it were broken.
A little group of men, before whom every one fell back respectfully, were strolling through the paddock towards the horses.
She was walking by his side now towards the quieter end of the paddock.
At any rate, Dede and Daylight became aware of excitement in the paddock, and saw harmlessly reenacted a grim old tragedy of the Younger World.
They made their way toward the stand, but met the rest of the party in the paddock.
Let her caper and kick in the paddock to her heart's content.
It was risky business, this entering a paddock of thoats alone and at night; first, because their increasing noisiness might warn the nearby warriors that something was amiss, and also because for the slightest cause, or for no cause at all some great bull thoat might take it upon himself to lead a charge upon me.
Here, in the valley, the world seems to be constructed upon a smaller and more delicate scale; the fields are mere paddocks, so reduced that from this height their hedgerows appear a network of dark green threads overspreading the paler green of the grass.
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A NEW weight, a new opportunity for Bloxwich's Luke Paddock.
In a statement to the Associated Press (AP), Haig said he had met the shooter, Stephen Paddock, once for an ammunition deal.
Summary: FBI search warrants shed new light on the degree to which Stephen Paddock planned the attack