Definition of sheepfold in English:

sheepfold

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Pronunciation: /ˈʃiːpfəʊld
 
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noun

  • A sheep pen.
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    • They will share with us their wealth in livestock and their knowledge of the sheepfolds and pastures as we will share the bounty of the barley field and vineyards.
    • Derelict sheepfolds were like empty agricultural rooms.
    • After covering twice the required distance on the first day, we decided to cheat a bit and inquired at a remote farmhouse about purchasing food and spending the night in the sheepfold.

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